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Teens are spending almost nine hours a day consuming media on phones, computers, and tablets—double the amount of time the average American spends on their phone.

May 31 2016

Teens are spending almost nine hours a day consuming media on phones, computers, and tablets—double the amount of time the average American spends on their phone. A 2015 study from Common Sense Media has revealed that most of teens’ waking hours are spent staring at screens, which one integrative psychiatrist says could lead to “electronic screen syndrome,” or “sensory overload, lack of restorative sleep, and a hyperaroused nervous system.” The data also found that kids from eight-12-years-old are spending almost six hours a day looking at screens. (Tech Insider