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While technology addiction is not formally recognized as a disorder in the DSM-5, many experts believe that tech and device overuse represents a very real behavioral addiction that can lead to physical, psychological, and social problems.

“Detoxing” from digital devices is often seen as a way to focus on real-life without distractions. By forgoing digital devices temporarily, people can let go of the stress that stems from constant e-connectivity.

A digital detox refers to a period of time when a person refrains from using tech devices such as smartphones, televisions, computers, tablets, and social media sites. If you want to know more about:

  1. What the research says about Digital Detox?
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  4. Digital Compulsion Test

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