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Addicted to Screen Time?


Here is a great article written by Elena Hill, MD, MPH from bicyclehealth.com. She reviews some of the warning signs of social media addiction in teens. She provides suggestions for helping your teen decrease screen time and become a better self-manager when it comes to their time online.

When we describe “negative consequences”, we don’t simply mean spending too much time on social media platforms. To really have a social media addiction, the consequences need to be significant: A student who keeps checking Twitter in the middle of class, even when he knows he'll get sent to detention again for doing so, could be dealing with an “addiction”.

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