How Worried Should We Be About Screen Time During the Pandemic

By shoaib   Posted on January-17-2023 

How Worried Should We Be About Screen Time During the Pandemic

How Worried Should We Be About Screen Time During the Pandemic?

It is generally recommended to limit screen time, especially for children, as excessive screen time can lead to a variety of negative effects on physical and mental health. However, during the pandemic, many people have had to rely on screens for work, school, and social connections. It is important to find a balance and to make sure that screen time is not negatively impacting overall well-being.

This can be achieved by setting limits, taking regular breaks, and engaging in other activities such as exercise, social interaction, and spending time outdoors. It is important to consider the context of the pandemic and its impact on daily life when evaluating screen time.

Infants, children, teens, adults, and families are in high distress from the dramatic changes that resulted from the Coronavirus or Covid-19 pandemic. Explore strategies to ease trauma resolution, promote healthy socialization, and support effective behaviors of young children and youth who have been negatively impacted by the pandemic, quarantine, and changes in everyday life.

Dr. Darleen Claire Wodzenski has been sharing cutting-edge strategies and techniques that are helping stabilize young people who receive services through Orchard Human Services, Inc.

One of the most impactful parts of Orchard’s work has been the social groups for tweens and teens. We are literally watching young people heal right before our eyes, as they are engaged in a meaningful way via the internet, but that allows each individual to be acknowledged, listened to, and heard.


By shoaib    17-Jan-2023 Views  38

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