In our constantly connected world, we’re always logged on and tuned in.
But where do we draw the line on pulling out that handheld attention grabber? Before hurting your health and relationships, know the settings and times it’s detrimental to be scrolling through feeds.
On average, people check their phones around 352 times per day, according to research conducted by global tech care company Asurion.
Dr. Emelie Ilarde, a family medicine physician at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, Ill., says that people are so reliant on their cellphones, they may even have anxiety without them.