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Survey reveals American's views about turning their devices off, as they opt for lesser screen time at night

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Survey reveals American’s views about turning their devices off, as they opt for lesser screen time at night

No doubt people spend more time in front of screens, especially during a pandemic, as they are more confined to their homes. SecondSale recently surveyed about 2,000 people in the United States about their screen habits and how they felt when they turned off their devices. The survey report collected surprising data showing that people do not want to use their devices at night, or at least slow them down to some extent.

The data shows that over 56% of respondents said they want to limit the use of their devices at night as much as possible because they spend the day watching screens. When people were asked about their feelings when they stopped using their technology devices, about 54% of people responded that they felt calm and relaxed after turning off their devices.

31% of respondents said they feel happy, 29% said they feel lighter after leaving their device.22% answered that they feel happy, and 17% answered that they feel here. The general data shows that Americans are very pleased with the abandonment of these technological devices because they have become so integrated into their lives that they cannot even find time for themselves.

47% of those surveyed said that they are unhappy with spending a lot of time behind screens because they do not find time for other relaxing activities. 63% of people want to spend their time doing other healthy activities to feel more comfortable and healthy. The survey was conducted due to Booklovers day. People used to read a lot of books, and this activity is also declining due to the development of technology, so now people do not find much time to read books.

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Two out of three people say reading is still one of their favorite things to do. Help them feel like they have escaped to another place while they read paper books. According to one report, the average screen time is 5.5 hours per day. Some Americans even set their own bedtime rules so that they are not exposed to the blue light which radiates from the screens. People now feel that it is more fulfilling to spend time with family and friends and do what they love, such as cooking and listening to music.

Survey reveals American's views about turning their devices off, as they opt for lesser screen time at night

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The data shows that over 56% of respondents said they want to limit the use of their devices at night as much as possible because they spend the day watching screens. 63% of people want to spend their time doing other healthy activities to feel more comfortable and healthy. People now feel that it is more fulfilling to spend time with family and friends and do what they love, such as cooking and listening to music.

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