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Here's How Addicted You Are To Your Devices

I screen, you screen, we all screen! The results of our poll are in.

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Last month we asked you How Addicted Are You To Your Devices? Here are the most intriguing results about your screen time:

How many times a day do you look at your phone?

The majority of people who responded look at their phones a lot! Meaning if you're feeling a bit glued, you're not alone.
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The majority of people who responded look at their phones a lot! Meaning if you're feeling a bit glued, you're not alone.

How do you feel when you accidentally leave your phone at home?

More than half are fine when they accidentally disconnect from the grid, but a third are unhappy when their phone isn't on them.
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More than half are fine when they accidentally disconnect from the grid, but a third are unhappy when their phone isn't on them.

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Do you cycle through the same few sites when you're procrastinating?

Habits are hard to kick! More than half of responders have had Facebook or another site open in multiple tabs. If you cycle through looking for inspiration or a laugh, you might Ctrl-T that sucker forgetting you'd already done it.
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Habits are hard to kick! More than half of responders have had Facebook or another site open in multiple tabs. If you cycle through looking for inspiration or a laugh, you might Ctrl-T that sucker forgetting you'd already done it.

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If you use a cell phone, have you ever felt a phantom text or ring?

That phantom buzz might make you feel crazy, but it's not an unusual phenomenon at all. It's coined as phantom vibration syndrome, and young people may experience it more often.Scientists say it could be your brain filling in gaps to find patterns, according to Wired. Other researchers point to our devices changing how our brains process information, as highlighted in an episode of NPR's All Things Considered.
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That phantom buzz might make you feel crazy, but it's not an unusual phenomenon at all. It's coined as phantom vibration syndrome, and young people may experience it more often.

Scientists say it could be your brain filling in gaps to find patterns, according to Wired. Other researchers point to our devices changing how our brains process information, as highlighted in an episode of NPR's All Things Considered.

Have you ever been sitting watching a movie and felt an itch to look at your phone?

The third of you who ignore the feeling: How do you do it?! (Asking for a friend.)
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The third of you who ignore the feeling: How do you do it?! (Asking for a friend.)

Do you wish you used your phone and computer less?

The majority of responders also admitted to wanting to spend less time on their phones. (And a lot of responders — 90%, to be exact — have at least sometimes experienced the ultimate device trifecta of using a computer, phone, and TV all at once.
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The majority of responders also admitted to wanting to spend less time on their phones. (And a lot of responders — 90%, to be exact — have at least sometimes experienced the ultimate device trifecta of using a computer, phone, and TV all at once.

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Do you think your device usage has had an impact on your relationships?

This is a simple fix: No phones at dinner, or the first person to take it out pays. Easy peasy.
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This is a simple fix: No phones at dinner, or the first person to take it out pays. Easy peasy.

Do you think your device usage has had an impact on your happiness?

It's hard, isn't it? You can accomplish so much more with technology, but you also don't want to be so reliant on it. And that's OK — we're all working on balance.
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It's hard, isn't it? You can accomplish so much more with technology, but you also don't want to be so reliant on it. And that's OK — we're all working on balance.

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