talkhealth’s 5 step-guide for a successful digital detox

This year has seen viral videos, virtual music concerts and online activism take the digital world by storm. Although keeping digitally in-touch can be incredibly useful it can sometimes feel overwhelming, leaving your brain and body yearning for a digital detox. 

If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s how to adapt. Unsurprisingly, 86% of people started working from home because of the coronavirus pandemic. This is set to continue, the Global Workplace Analytics estimates that 30% of the workforce will continue to work from home next year too.

2020 has seen living rooms, kitchens and bedrooms become home offices. This has led to 46% of us reporting that our digital and smartphone usage has increased this year.

We share our top tips for becoming less digital dependent during this break...