Hey, Netizens! This is an important class that you were looking for, it's free! Just spend your few minutes here and you'll be free from the
intoxication of digital mediums.
According to you, Digital detox, is a simple term to use but difficult procedure to follow up, right? No,
it is as simple as switching off phones!
We are living in that era where digitization is ruling the minds of people and no single person is deprived of it. Seriously, here for the first time the rule is empowering equality.
If you haven't got any subscription then there are alternatives to offer you free services. If you're owning androids you're being exposed to innumerable
social media platforms and even if you don't possess smartphones then your tablets, Smart TVs, computers are ready to serve you the same services. Did you realise this equality?
You may have your roots in the ancient period, might acknowledge the survival of middle age, born in the modern age and
living in the digital era but you're finishing in the critical era! Here, none of the eras is accused of finishing your lifeline in any critical ways but digitization is not even stopping you. I might be able to give you this class through digital medium only but you can read more of similar stuff in newspapers, magazines and you should give a reasonable time to books. There you might not find any specific detoxification material but you won't be needing it either for it is an ultimate
Don't fear to walk on the path of a digital detox
as a 55-year-old actor, Amir Khan has also switched off his phone to work on his upcoming film
Laal Singh Chaddha. If the thing is seeming to be easier for this prominent personality of Bollywood whose presence on digital devices and platforms impacts his fanbase and updations about opportunity calls then we are easy to go with it.
The introduction of work from home, accompanied with the counselling of
digital detox across the world also directed us to relieve digital stress
and motivated us to attend meditation, physical exercise and perform hobbies to feel happy and healthy from inside.
So, turn off the notifications and turn away to realistic living culture. It will help you in the following ways:
Happy sleep: When you don't try to stress your eyeballs to the light of digital devices then your eyes seek nice dreams. Your
brain is your that friend which accompanies you in a manner that you want. If you want it to be awake with you whole night it will let you awake by several methods like leaving you in flashbacks, introducing the thoughts of future, stepping you in the unbalanced engagements in your life, will let you stick to some hypothetical scenes and many other ways. But if you want it to be in peace without words you have to warn it before lying on bed at an appropriate hour.
Introduction of visions: When you give time to yourself and your people (family, friends, neighbours, seniors, juniors and every living being) via face to face style then you get ideas, you explore their visions to a productive life out of which you fetch out your interests. Visions are distracted when exposure to digital mediums hypes up. To remain a living being don't end your visions and dreams on your smartphones.
Tracks your progress on paper: Ever realised that where are those pens and papers you have picked up in childhood for scribbling your time table or schedule to follow in exam time? It's lying away in any corner with faded ink and dusty shine on it.
When you get out of the digital zone you pick up a sheet and pen to write down your aims, progress, picturize your wishes or imaginations and it gives an exclusive way of leading a better life.
Now, it's a high time to again pickup dictionaries, books and journals to explore words, meanings, stories, opinions as Google is still irrelevant to many scholars and publishers. Don't restrict yourself to a medium that plays a trick on you to switch off your aims and strive for an unusual way-of-life.
Surround yourself with hobbies that you gave up on the introduction of online versions of spending free time. Making reels, playing online games, sharing your everyday story on social media is good to a limited extent but again, excess of anything is harmful! So restrict yourself to the real world than the reel world.
Rather to build connections on the internet think about the existing connections that you are bound with naturally.
Give your time to yourself by reasonable means.