Do you have nomophobia? It's the fear of being without a cell phone, such as when it's lost, broken, running out of battery, or out-of-reach. Tell us to win a $25 Amazon gift card.

What happens when your phone isn't near you? How do you react?

Yes, I do have nomophobia and I'm not concerned (24.5%)

I have nomophobia but I wish I didn't (21.5%)

Nope, I don't have nomophobia (54.0%)

Do you have nomophobia? It's the fear of being without a cell phone, such as when it's lost, broken, running out of battery, or out-of-reach. Tell us to win a $25 Amazon gift card.
  • KellyAnneReviews By KellyAnneReviews
    on Aug 09, 2019  

    I'm ok with not having my phone with me. Most of the time I forget it anyways so it doesn't matter much.

  • linda6467 By linda6467
    on Aug 09, 2019  

    I LIKE TO HAVE MY PHONE CHARGED AT ALL TIMES...

  • Katypugz By Katypugz
    on Aug 09, 2019  

    I really get nervous when I don't have my phone

  • JenY13 By JenY13
    on Aug 09, 2019  

    I like my phone and access to the internet but if it?s dead, I don?t go crazy or start shaking (much)! 😂

  • edjona By edjona
    on Aug 09, 2019  

    If I'm at home I don't need it next to me at all times. But if I'm out and about, especially with the kids, I feel safer if I have it on me--just in case...

  • JoselynegGuzman09 By JoselynegGuzman09
    on Aug 09, 2019  

    I dont mind not having my phone around me

  • jalapenomama By jalapenomama
    on Aug 09, 2019  

    Nope I am not addicted to my cell phone.

  • browneyes78 By browneyes78
    on Aug 09, 2019  

    I feel sorta 'naked' without my phone.

  • teachpetch By teachpetch
    on Aug 09, 2019  

    Ok, most have us have gotten used to having a cell phone with us almost constantly-to stay in touch with family and friends, entertainment, or emergencies, but I think we can live without a cell phone for a few hours (or days!!) without it causing extreme anxiety. Things we consider "critical" to our way of life today-cell phones, smart technology, social media, did not exist when I was growing up, and I don't feel like I missed out. It is different for young people who have never known life without cell phones and smart technology, but these should enhance one's life, not cause anxiety when they are not glued to your side

  • Tammy97229 By Tammy97229
    on Aug 10, 2019  

    The major reason I have nomophobia is because I am also the caretaker for my mother. I worry that something has happened to her and someone is trying to reach me.