28 Jun 2021

Screen time

Screen time

This is the amount of time spent using a device with a screen such as a smartphone, computer, television, or video game console. With screen time

you can manage the time your kids spend on their tablets and smartphones

More people simply don’t realize that they spend a lot of time every day on their apps and games. People are becoming more and more addicted to mobile phones. Whether it is adults or children, whether at the time of dinner or at the parties, the problem of mobile addiction has become more and more serious. A successful person can manage his time better when using screen time. We can better understand the usage of our mobile phones whether it’s a game or an app.

Usually we don’t realize that we spend a lot of time on some applications. Using screen time you can be more aware of your habit of using your phone and make adjustments accordingly.


Tips for Reducing Screen Time

Set a timer

Use a timer on your phone, in that when it goes off you turn off the device. Make an effort to move your body you can go for a walk, clean a room or try an at home workout. Keep your body busy with something else rather than your phone, computer or television.

Turn off notifications.

Screen management

Health benefits of screen time.

This are messages from apps that appear on your screen to alert you of new activity. This triggers you to look at your phone and, more likely than not, spend additional time on your phone beyond checking what the notification is.

Leave the phone out of sight.

Especially when going to sleep people tend to have their phones with them. This interferes with your sleep and can significantly add to your daily screen time. Use an alarm clock to wake up each morning and leave your phone on a small table slightly away from your bed.

Experts say adults should limit the screen outside of work to less than two hours per day. Any time beyond that which you would typically spend on screens should instead be spent participating in physical activity.

What’s a healthy amount on screen for adults? Learn here.


Negative Effects:

  • Eye Strain and Headaches
  • Reduced Physical Activity Levels
  • Insomnia and Poor Sleep
  • Neck, Shoulder and Back Pain, this depends on the posture you use when holding your phone or using the laptop.
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