From Devices

A digital detox is a period of time that a person consciously sets apart to avoid using computers or other internet-connected devices, such as smartphones.

In reality, the majority of individuals are searching for the "sweet spot," where they use social media in a limit

More than 60% of Americans acknowledged to having an internet and gadget addiction, according to a recent research by the American Academy of Ophthalmology.

Heavy internet users had a 2.5 times higher risk of depression

While those 55 and older spend less than half as much time on their cellphones than younger folks (18 to 34) do.

Bridges said, “When we don’t detach at all I think it really diminishes our ability to focus on what really matters to us, what really makes you happy, and do we really understand because we’re so tied to the device.”

Bridges wants to concentrate on the following letters in the term detox when it comes to disconnecting to stay present:

– Disconnect daily – Engage offline – Take break – Open to nature – Xplore analog activitie