Teenagers have an impulse to stay on their smartphones for an excessive amount of time. The addiction increases every second they tend to spend on their didgital devices. This addiction is commonly known as Nomophobia. Nomophobia is an abbreviation for no-momo-phone phobia, (a fear without phone contact) first coined in 2008 by UK. Office Study (Secur Envoy, 2012). By having the impulse be on ones’ phone leads to the addiction in us to depend on our phones. “Impulsiveness involves making choices that discount future rewards and prefer more immediate gains.” (Puri; Rook ; Fisher,1136). In other terms, we are eager or yearing for something we want but don’t really need. There has been studies on what Smartphone that can cause actual technology medical problems in the human bodies known as Tensynovitis and WhatsAppits. Tensynovitis is caused by inflammation of a tendon in the wrist including (swelling, pain and difficulty moving), whereas WhatsAppitis is a medical term for pain in the wrist due to excessive use. In recent studies India isknown for being the second most-largerst smartphone addiction market. “About 200 million users surpassing the U.S, according to Counterpoint Research reports published on 2016,” (The Hindu, 3Feb, 2016). A numerous people do not know how bad smartphone addiction is effecting their lives. Smartphones are causing problems like physical body pain, eye straining, anxiety, and grades dropping. There has been research indicating that “more time on Facbook equals slightly lower grades,” (Miguel, 2010). The amount of time spend on social media, Twitter, Snapchat equals to their grades dropping constantly. For a better understanding of smartphone, the study focused on “the relationship between nomophobia and impulsiveness in college students between the ages of 18-23. (Nagpal, Saroj Sharma, 1136). The main study is focused on the gender difference on nomophobia and their impulsiveness. Participants were about 200 college student, (100 m’s ; 100 f’s), who are pursuing bachelors and master degrees. As for answers, the results came to show that there was no gender differences found in impulsiveness. To be sure researcher examined to see if the gender difference exist in the studies as nomophobia. Showing the mean values, standard deviation values, t and p values. “(1=2.395, p-value=0.018 which is significant at 0.05).” (Nagpal, Saroj Sharma, 1138). And for the two genders, studies found that there are gender differences in nomophobia with males revealed higher nomophobia contrast to females.