Recent studies have shown that the way we interact with technology has a profound effect on our mental health. Mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, stress, and addiction are now all linked to the increased use of digital technology.
In particular, smartphones are often considered to be the primary cause of our mental health issues. Smartphones can provide us with an invaluable resource to stay connected, but they can also be extremely distracting and overwhelming, leading to an overall decline in our mental health.
So, what can we do to reduce our reliance on technology and improve our mental health?
The answer lies in taking an active approach to manage your digital life, rather than letting it control you. By taking the time to practice mindful habits that focus on presence, distraction-reducing strategies, scheduling regular breaks, and setting clear boundaries with technology, you can begin to reduce your dependence on digital devices and enjoy improved mental health. Incorporating activities such as walking and mindful movement and