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C5: A Step Towards Smart World with Enhanced Holistic Wellbeing

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Today our life without smart gadgets is beyond imagination. In fact, smart apps are now the inseparable part of a human life. The use of technology has provided more comfortable and easier life than ancient times, but the overuse of social media and mobile devices may lead to numerous Psychological, Physical and Psychosomatic (P3) disorders, such as eyestrain, anxiety, fatigue, and difficulty focusing on important tasks. They may also create serious health malfunctions, such as depression and hypertension. Social media may be the first solution that comes to mind when we are lonely; it seems to be a quick and easy access to number of people. However, many studies have shown that our online networks, although they may offer an illusion of connectedness, rather make us even lonelier and more segregated. The overuse of technology may have a significant impact on developing children and teenagers. Mind is the powerhouse of a human body, and the activity level determines the overall health of a person. Hyperactive or hypoactive minds, both are the signs of abnormality and to avoid such conditions C5 (Creativity, Contentment, Confidence, Calmness, Concentration) concept is being practiced. In this paper, we present a novel idea of using C5 concept for overall harmonical holistic development. A good relationship is established between C5 growth along with HEALTH (Harmony, Energy, Aesthetics, Limberness, Tranquility & Happiness). The convenience of C5 concept to assess anxiousness and stressed mental state of a person through empathetic intelligence by applying haptic Aps via tactile internet makes our world smarter than present times to dwell in with a proper care of ourselves and our related people giving better outcomes in our personal and professional fronts.

Original languageEnglish
JournalWireless Personal Communications
Volume123
Issue4
Pages (from-to)3787-3805
Number of pages19
ISSN0929-6212
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2022

    Research areas

  • C5 center, C5 Concept, C5 therapist, Contentment club, Empathetic intelligence, Haptic Aps, HEALTH, I5 stages, Perceptual club, Serenity club, Tactile internet

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