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Reducing screen time for you and your family

How much screen time is too much? This month's issue of Your Wellbeing explores how taking a break from phones, tablets and computers might do you good.

You can download January's Your Wellbeing issue on reducing screen time for you and your family.

If you’re a manager, you can also download January’s Your Wellbeing poster for your workplace.

Browse below to listen, watch and read all about screen time and how you could cut back.

Listen to our screen time podcast

In this podcast episode we caught up with Maths Mathisen, CEO of Hold – an app that helps people to reduce their screen time. Stream the episode below, or search for Healthy Me on your favourite podcast platform, to listen to Maths’ insightful tips about putting down your phone.

Digital detox and mindfulness

A lot of us use our smartphones without really thinking too hard about it. You can use mindfulness to help you become more aware of your habits and break them. Being mindful can also help you appreciate moments spent away from your screen. In this video, Dr Meera Joshi explains more.

Six ideas for taking a screen break

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Worried about your child’s gaming habit?

Computer games are hugely popular with young people and can provide a lot of fun. But how much time gaming is too much? Dr Luke James has some tips to help you guide kids to game safely and happily.

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