New study suggests we've been doing screen time limits all wrong
I wonder if there's any connection with the way that restricting eating can cause bingeing?
So helpful - will need to experiment with setting much lower limits. Thanks for sharing!
Quite useful ☺️🤞 it's like giving yourself two cigarettes a day for quiting it while it would barly reach such a number before
Come (as always) for the useful, research-driven insights; stay for the surprise shout-out to Carrboro’s living room?! ☕️❤️
I definitely hit IGNORE repeatedly to get just 15 more minutes of Reddit on my phone multiple times per day
Another fantastic research-backed piece, thank you!
Thank you for sharing this. I am working on a newsletter post for Wednesday on educational apps and was just looking at all of the data on limits and recommendations as I went down the screen time limit research and recommendation rabbit hole! And I am curious what everyone’s recommendations are regarding neck fans as I was just considering a purchase!
After months of trial and error, I now set screentime limits on Facebook and Instagram to 5 minutes using Digital Well-being. I can't stop myself from "adding 10 minutes" every time (so 15 min total for each daily), and I do sometimes spend more than 15 minutes on a given day. But overall, setting these apps to 5 min each has lowered my overall consumption.
Thanks for the post!