Oxford study finds screen time doesn’t disrupt children’s sleep

That study, examining 120,000 teenagers, revealed well-being increased as screen-time increased, until a certain point where screen usage could begin to be associated with decreased well-being. Przybylski suggested there is a “digital sweet-spot” where a certain volume of screen time can be beneficial, compared to no screen time at all.

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