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The Digital Revolution on Society through Digital Detox in the Modern Era

Author(s) Sharmila P.Nayak
Country India
Abstract This study reveals on the negative impact of the digital revolution on society. This is a kind of the enablement of social isolation, addiction, and mental health issues. Technology has changed how people interact and communicate, often leading to increased social isolation and addiction to technological platforms such as social media. The study tells about the digital detox and how it tell us about a break from the screen will help people to bring balance to their digital and real-world lives. This way of soaking up real-time instead of screen time will ease anxiety, increase happiness, reduce multitasking, reduce those technology cravings, and allow you to connect more with the people in your life. This doesn't have to be a prolonged stretch or period where you quit technology entirely. But you can choose how long you feel comfortable doing a digital detox for anywhere from 24 hours to 1 week. Digital detox should not only refer to a time period during which a person refrains from using electronic devices, but also to time periods during which a person does not engage in certain types of applications, branded media, special features, interactions, and/or messages the studies is the lack of device-based measurements of smartphone use that would allow for reliable assessments of the duration of usage. Then also it is helpful to measure physiological indicators of health-related outcomes, and the study belongs to the aspect of compensatory behaviors during the digital detox intervention in this new era of technology use. While they sound like a good idea, digital detoxes are unsustainable because they cut us from the world. This can also have a negative impact on our overall mood, as well as leading to feelings of isolation and loneliness.
Keywords Keywords: Digital detox, Device based measurements, physiological indicators, unsustainable, Isolation
Published In Volume 6, Issue 3, May-June 2024
Published On 2024-05-23
Cite This The Digital Revolution on Society through Digital Detox in the Modern Era - Sharmila P.Nayak - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 3, May-June 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i03.20841
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