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35% 110 votes
65% 200 votes
310 people voted
Yes, we should all be more aware of our screen-time 182 votes

Yes, we should all be more aware of our screen-time
59%
Yes, but in the ever-increasing digital world, it's impossible... 108 votes

Yes, but in the ever-increasing digital world, it's impossible not use these devices daily
35%
Yes, but in the ever-increasing digital world, it's impossible not use these devices daily
No, I don't think mobile phones can affect one's mental... 16 votes

No, I don't think mobile phones can affect one's mental health and overall wellbeing
5%
No, I don't think mobile phones can affect one's mental health and overall wellbeing
Other - please leave a comment 4 votes

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dawid4

dawid4

  Yes, in the ever-increasing digital world it is hard, although a proven fact that mobile phones, laptops and even TV screens are very bad for health in general; addicting, created unsociable people(youngsters and adults) and need to be used restricted. Since I grew up 50 years ago, I were taught I cannot always have things MY WAY; therefore I can cope with it when I am warned for safety reasons that something I like + are used to, is taken away OR can only be used limited. We educated a generation that think they are entitled to always have their way no matter what ---- that alone make them very vulnerable in this digital dilemma . Change is an inevitable part of life; all people need to grow up sometime knowing you cannot always your personal way and need to adapt new habits which are more healthy
farside1

farside1

  in the ever-increasing digital world, it's impossible...no, it isn't. I do not have a smartphone, (I have a landline.) I do not use apps or have a tablet or ipad. (I have a laptop. And I do fine with what I have.
J4564482k

J4564482k

  A recent documentary, about a software designer, in Silicon Valley, USA, said his job was to design programmes that would be addictive. He was unhappy about the stress he was causing people, but he could not get his employers to see the harm they were doing. He left the multi-National company, firmed his own company, and now, he writes non-addictive software.

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