Clearly, the problem is a cause for concern. As psychotherapist Hilda Burke, chairwoman of the National Unplugging Day 2016 and 2017, confirms, the excessive use of technology sooner or later brings psychological problems such as anxiety or insomnia. Even if you don’t feel any of this yet, your body and mind will benefit in any case if you occasionally switch off. And that makes your work more efficient, beyond the promises of the productivity tools on your laptop.
Technology keeps us constantly up to date and permits neither breaks nor idleness. It is actually beneficial to get bored more often, because that’s when the really good ideas emerge.
In short: real conversations, face-to-face or over the phone, more single-tasking and a conscious, self-determined approach are the key to a healthy relationship to technology in everyday life.
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