If you're writing an article about a real or perceived threat, especially one that is not well-known or widely recognized, start with a real personal anecdote. Show how someone has been harmed (or could have been harmed) by the threat. Then move to the more theoretical argument, defining your terms, narrowing and clarifying your argument. Refer back to the anecdote at the end to demonstrate either the significance of the threat or how it can be avoided or eliminated.
Obviously, it’s big problem especially for young people. What can we do to solve this problem? Personally, I think our relatives and teachers have to involve children and pupils in real active life such as different kinds of sport, camping, interesting school’s journey etc. It’ll open entire world for young people full of interesting things to do. Even simple conversation between schoolmates the same age will definitely make them happier than typing messages in front of screen.