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Enforce a no-scrolling rule for an hour before bed. Switch to non-backlit screens or paper instead.(iStock)

Want to unplug and unwind in 2020? These apps can help

Hindustan Times | By Aishwarya Iyer
UPDATED ON JAN 04, 2020 06:39 PM IST
How often do you ‘check’ your phone, even when it hasn’t made a sound? How many minutes can you go without reaching for it at all? Our screens are disrupting sleep patterns, causing spinal abnormalities, affecting quality time with loved ones.
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Detox your way to a healthier, happier and more energetic you

Hindustan Times, Delhi | By Rinky Kapoor
UPDATED ON MAR 17, 2019 10:20 AM IST
In a natural process, our body detoxifies itself every day through the liver and kidneys. However even the ancient practices of Ayurveda and Chinese medicine systems recommend making a determined effort to detoxify the body on a regular basis.
Research shows that smartphone use can lead to poor sleep, low self-esteem, memory issues and ADHD in teens.(Shutterstock)
Research shows that smartphone use can lead to poor sleep, low self-esteem, memory issues and ADHD in teens.(Shutterstock)

Smartphone addiction is bad for your health, here are 5 tips to break free from the habit

Hindustan Times | By Soma Das
UPDATED ON AUG 19, 2018 09:36 AM IST
Smartphone addiction can lead to low self-esteem, insomnia and anxiety. Here are 5 practical ways to curb the addiction.
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