As many of us are spending extra time at home right now, here are some tools to reduce your technology use.
IT’S TOO EASY TO BE A TECH ADDICT.
Also: check out the rest of this website: 24SixLife.com for amazing insight on the benefits of Technology Shabbats. Enjoy!
“These tools will help you unplug on your day away from screens and stay focused the other six days of the week.
Take a Facebook Sabbatical
Click HERE for the steps to take a Facebook Sabbatical for a month, a week, or just a couple of days.
Set Your Phone on Do Not Disturb with Brick™ Mode
Worried someone’s going to need to reach you while you’re off your phone? Here’s a tip from our partner Brick™: how to set up a text auto-reply for your phone-free time.
Add the “Momentum” Chrome Extension to Stay Focused Throughout the Week
Add the Momentum Extension for Chrome HERE
Set up your account
Prioritize your tasks by inputting your “Main Focus” for the day
Every time you open your Chrome browser or a new tab Momentum will remind you of your Main Focus for the day. Add and check off tasks as you please!
Now you can stay more focussed and less distracted when using screens six days of the week as you are constantly reminded of your goals each day!
Pause Incoming Emails with “Boomerang” for Gmail
Download Boomerang for Gmail HERE
Follow instructions on the following page to set up your Boomerang application
Now in the upper left corner of your Gmail page you will find a “Pause Inbox” button that allows you to fight email overload and stay more productive! When composing an email, you can also schedule it to send at a later time with the red “Send Later” button.”
The number of millennials with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease is surging, report finds
Between 2013 and 2017, early-onset dementia and Alzheimer’s diagnoses increased by 83% among commercially insured Americans aged 30 to 44, according to a report released by the health care insurer. That age group includes the oldest millennials.
Overall, early-onset diagnoses increased by 200% among commercially insured Americans between ages 30 to 64. That included a 50% jump among those 45 to 54 and by 40% for those aged 55 to 64.
The average patient was diagnosed at age 49.
“The results of this report are concerning, especially the increase in early-onset dementia and Alzheimer’s disease among younger people,” Dr. Richard Snyder, chief medical officer for Independence Blue Cross, said in a statement.
What is happening, and why?
10 Examples of Electromagnetic Energy
Where are exposures coming from and what can we do about them?
- Nature and direct current
- Basic electricity and dirty electricity (Alternating Currents)
- Radio and TV towers
- Smart Phones
- WiFi / Routers / Bluetooth
- Cell Towers
- Light, light, light
10. Gamma Rays and Cosmic Rays.
A little + a little + a little = a LOT.
Check out the rest of this brilliant and informative article by our very own Lois Cadwallader! HERE
Thank you to Electricsense.com for the post.
Can’t Break Free From Your Devices? ‘24/6’ Offers Guide For Healthier Living.
“…So much information right at our fingertips!
But it’s gotten out of control… We’re addicted, distracted, overloaded.
We have, as Jews, this incredible gift right in front of us — Shabbat — that is thousands of years old. It’s creating a temple in time. We really need to create sacred spaces…
But one needn’t be Jewish to observe an unplugged Shabbat.
It can work for anyone, from any background or belief.
We are on information overload… We have to have a day where we’re not influenced by every single other thing.
We need to reclaim that space for ourselves, for our kids.”
Mill Valley filmmaker Tiffany Shlain founded the Webby Awards (for websites), co-founded the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, and is the executive director of Let It Ripple, a nonprofit that harnesses media and technology to engage people in conversation and action on complicated topics.
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We’re typically here to talk about the health ramifications of too much electronic exposure, but what about the effects on mental health?
Here’s some food for thought today. Check out the rest of the photo series here
If living beings have always been exposed to natural electromagnetic fields, and their bodies produce electric currents as well, why is there a growing concern about the human-made electromagnetic fields?
Human-made EMFs/EMR are more bioactive than natural non-ionizing EMFs/EMR”. As a result, there is a growing concern that the biologically active human-made electric and magnetic fields (EMFs) may be at the root of some mounting health concerns for humans…
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#StopDirtyElectricity #EMF #Radiation #Staywoke