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Is tech draining your energy? We’ve got five tips for dealing with online fatigue

Coping with the coronavirus pandemic has meant the world has moved even further towards the digital space and left people spending hours in front of a screen working, socializing, shopping and more. Whilst technology has enabled studying from home and the ability to keep in contact with friends and family, where physical interaction is limited, it has also increased tiredness and disengagement due to the pressure of feeling like you have to be online at all times.

Online fatigue can have a negative impact on mental health, heightening feelings of anxiety, being overwhelmed and the ability to focus. Togetherall’s Clinical Director, Dr Tim Rogers, shares his top tips on how to reset your relationship with technology.

Set app limits

Many of us don’t realise how much time we are actually spending online. Your device.….more >>

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