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Less Screen Time..More Happy Time…

10-06-201910-06-2019 14:59:14 IST
2019-06-10T09:29:14.264Z10-06-2019 2019-06-10T09:29:11.353Z - - 26-06-2019

Less Screen Time..More Happy Time…



A serious alert to all the young parents out there. The more screen time your child spends, the higher will be the risk in terms of his/her health. Encourage children to spend most of the time outdoors playing and exploring the nature…When you confine your child inside the bedrooms for the maximum time, it usually slows their growth and emotional capabilities.

It is highly recommended to adopt a healthy lifestyle like a good amount of exercise time, nutritious diet and a positive environment so that it helps in boosting the child and teenager lives much better.

Canadian Pediatric Society strictly advised to parents to strictly control the screen time a child or teenager spends and always allow them to invest more time in playing outdoor games and dwelling in nature. It is always better to cut down the use of electronic devices extensively at an early age rather than to regret later.   Most of the parents complain that their kids are not listening to them when they were asked to pull down the mobile usage. Hence it is never late to inculcate good habits in your child’s daily routine.

Sit and have a discussion with your youngsters on the negative impact of severe mobile usage and other screen time. Explain them in a cool manner how they affect the healthy lifestyle and what they are going to miss if they choose to stay indoors most of the time. Let’s together build a happy and healthy lifestyle for the next generations.

Sharat Bhamidi

With 5 years of experience in Digital Media, Sharat Bhamdi specialises in creating content for webistes, developing ad campaigns and social media campaigns. At NewsSting, he handles the video division where he brings in content through feature videos and interviews.
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