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Digital devices are increasingly our lives these days. Many, if not most of us are addicted to them. New studies with alarming frequency about the dangers to our physical and mental health of being to our small screens. Children are not ; people are about their body image because of online pressure from "perfect body" sites; and people are being (or worse) by cyber-criminals. In a study of 1,000 adults in Japan, researchers that nearly 50 per cent of the participants addicted to their smartphones, but were unaware of their smartphone dependence. The study one of many clarion calls for "digital detox" to part of our lives.

The practice of digital detox switching off from the Internet to something called "real life". This involves the bygone custom of with people face to face and "doing everyday stuff". The organisation Digital Detox Japan said: "We detox to be a catalyst for people to their distance from their aside time to get ample rest." People need to less on devices to avoid the new phenomenon of "nomophobia" - NO MObile PHOBIA. Psychologist Dr Kia-Rai Prewitt of the dangers of being too absorbed in smartphones. She wrote: "If you responsibilities at home or work because of the amount of time you spend online, then a digital detox."

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