Carm Rio P.
Depends how addicted you are to tv or your phone. It was hard for me at first, but now I unplug by planning for the next day or reading a book.
It’s not hard for me to unplug as I made the unplug time my time to read. It’s fairly easy to unplug the problem with the technology we have today is that it makes us to accessible to everyone, I do therefore believe we are in a constant state of anxiety waiting on our mobile devices to beep or ring
It was hard in the beginning as I was addicted to scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed every night before sleep. It had become my habit for as long as I can remember, perhaps few years. With the help of this app, I was reminded to disconnect and unplug every night before sleep so I don't reach my phone just to look at my Facebook newsfeed anymore.
Difficult at first but as time went on I appreciated my time more so it got easier to unwind without scrolling all night. Hope this helps.
- What’s your best (fastest) way of getting out of your own head?
- How do I disconnect?
- When do you start the Disconnect habit before you go to bed? 10 min, 1 hour…?
- How and what do you feel during the time between disconnecting and going to bed?
- I love to play music before sleeping and usually is on my cellphone. What would you suggest to do instead?
- Do you disconnected from everything? What if somebody texts you?
- How can you be indifferent about all the things happening around the world and do not check the news daily?
- What time should I start winding down? I usually go to bed around 9 pm.
- Does disconnecting for the night help?
- How can I create a routine that doesn’t get boring willing time?