I know I’m not alone in this feeling of contradictions regarding phone use. A Pew Research survey found that nearly half of all American smartphone users claim they can’t live without their phones. As told by Elite Daily.
To be fair, the other half surveyed said their phones weren’t necessary for their day-to-day lives, so at least there are some non-tech addicted people out there- I don’t don’t in which category I belong, though. But Whichever side of the coin you’re on, one thing is for sure: technology has a way of taking over our lives.
But let’s be honest that cell phone (and the $100 a month phone bill attached to it- most of the times) can become our lifeline. Sometimes our business depends on it, our schedules are ruled by it and if it were ever to go missing I’m sure most of us would have some serious withdrawal symptoms.
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In fact, one study conducted by researchers at Swansea and Milan Universities found that people who lose their phones suffer from withdrawal symptoms just like drug users.
So, what do we do about it?
Well, first you have to put down your phone. Try turning it completely off the next time you go out with friends. I think you’ll find it can enjoy some serious benefits- I’ll confirm this, it feels amazing, but like everything, starting out it’s hard.
Let’s all take a break from tech, a find a balance with technology.
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