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“The thing many of my patients have in common is the fact that they are in front of screens all the time. Even when they try to sleep at night. It has become so pervasive,” says Dr Ramlakhan who works at the privately run Nightingale Hospital, and is a member of its technology addiction treatment team.   Surely tiredness is a by-product of a busy modern life – children, work, hobbies etc – rather than that relaxing time spent watching Netflix in bed?

Source: BBC News

Date: August 31st, 2015



1) Are you feeling a majority of the symptoms of “technology addition”?  Will it change anything about your behavior, or does it now mean you just understand what is going on?

2) As a manager in an organization, could you use anything in this article to improve the way you manage your people?

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