However, it has been found that the longer a person interacts with the phone, the longer the information received from the smartphone, the conversations on the phone, and the decision-making actions lead to pleasure that lasts longer, and it was found that the neurons that release the hormones of happiness are activated just by holding the mobile phone. However, if mobile phones increase human life potential, no. According to the structure of the human brain, the connection of neurons in the subconscious mind, if the first experience is enjoyed, then the next one will also be enjoyed. In general, all human habits are based on human actions and behavior in this way. On the other hand, for the stress hormone cortisol, it is a hormone that is released when a person is in danger or encounters an obstacle, and it remains until the person finds a way out and gets out of the difficult situation. This means that when a person feels danger or discomfort, cortisol increases, and when the situation is relieved, it decreases. During this decline, a person experiences feelings of frustration, defeat, or relief rather than joy, and this feeling is also conveyed by his or her decision-making actions during cell phone or telephone conversations. For this reason, we, the eternal seekers of pleasure, are inevitably attracted to mobile phones. However, it should not be forgotten that our brain and neuron connections have a predetermined nature and are designed to work according to the actions, actions, pulses and criteria of life. Although cell phone addiction and other negative habits will not lead to the consequences of weight gain or liver hardening, but it will have a negative impact on human nature, brain function, and mental coordination. The best way to avoid negative consequences is to pay attention to the signals and feelings from the body and the inner mind, and try to keep a little distance from "pleasant" relationships.