The Dangers of Unlimited Screen Time

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Let’s face it: there is a significant amount of danger and harm that can come to us through unlimited amounts of time online. Unfortunately, screen time has grown in epic proportions due to the loneliness and isolation that the global pandemic has brought upon us. Within adolescents, this has been especially prevalent – screen time has more than doubled from 3.8 hours to 7.7 hours per day. What’s more is that such a large amount of time spent online leads to minors finding harmful content. 7 out of 10 children have accidentally come across harmful content online. It’s time to take a stand and make a change.

Learn more about what you can do in order to protect you and your children from the dangers of being online and scale back some of the screen time that’s spun out of control through poor habits that have crept in during the pandemic through the visual deep dive below, courtesy of Canopy.

This Is Your Mind Online: What Unlimited Screen Time Does To Kids

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