If you would rather spend time on your smartphone than interacting with your partner, it’s possible you could have a digital addiction. Photo: Shutterstock If you would rather spend time on your smartphone than interacting with your partner, it’s possible you could have a digital addiction. Photo: Shutterstock
If you would rather spend time on your smartphone than interacting with your partner, it’s possible you could have a digital addiction. Photo: Shutterstock
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Digital detox tips and how to switch off from devices to avoid digital dementia: experts give their advice

Have you noticed any short-term memory loss or even problems controlling your emotions? Could be you’re suffering from a digital addiction, but don’t worry – there are ways to avoid the overload without going completely off-grid

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If you would rather spend time on your smartphone than interacting with your partner, it’s possible you could have a digital addiction. Photo: Shutterstock If you would rather spend time on your smartphone than interacting with your partner, it’s possible you could have a digital addiction. Photo: Shutterstock
If you would rather spend time on your smartphone than interacting with your partner, it’s possible you could have a digital addiction. Photo: Shutterstock
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