Digital detox means refraining from digital equipment so as to improve one’s physical and mental well-being. The concept is gaining much more importance, especially in developed countries like America and the United Kingdom. The present paper tries to shed a light on the cons of digitisation and the concept of digital detox. The paper will also shed a light on the emergence and the relevance of this concept in developing countries like India. This paper will help to understand the different side of the coin in the era w where everyone is talking about the positive side of digitisation.
Digital detox, Digitisation, Digital equipment, Physical health, Mental health.
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