over 60 years of age are the most easy to have let go of the technological devices, as opposed to 38% of adolescents between 15 and 19 years do not get disengaged.

The consulting firm GfK has conducted a study, by means of interviews online of 22,000 people in 17 countries around the world, to analyze the difficulty that exists today to disconnect of the technology.

In the case of Spain, 27% of people have difficulty taking a breath, even when it is aware that it is necessary to do so, according to data from the consulting firm. The study has analyzed the information by gender, age and income level.

In our country, men and women alike have stated this difficulty (27%) compared to 21% who said it is easy. By income level, those who have higher incomes are those who confess to have more difficulties to stop being “always on” [they have identified three out of every ten compared with 19% in the same salary range has expressed the view that sees single].

with age, the over the age of 60 years are the most easy have leaving aside the technological devices. Only 16% of users in this age group admits to having difficulties to release.

teens between 15 and 19 years show a high rate of technological dependency, with a 38% that do not get disconnect.

The results of the study at a global level are similar. 34% of respondents in the 17 countries that have conducted the interviews believe that you have difficulty to rest from their computers, mobile phones or electronic devices in general. Only 16% think that yes it can happen.

China, with a 43%, has the highest percentage of people who admit to having difficulties to rest of the technology. Close to the asian country include Brazil (42%), Argentina (40%) and Mexico (38%).

By contrast, Germany is the country that shows the most outstanding people that don’t costs put aside your technological equipment, with a 35%. Follow the Netherlands (30%), Belgium (28%), Canada and Russia (both with 27%).