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Self-Regulation & Reading

Most troublingly, it has created a large subset of people who have lost their engagement with life, unable to keep their head above water in the media flood, trapped by the fast-paced dopamine loops of digital media.
Reading, offline and independently, can help one take a mid-stroke breath in the media flood, regaining some calm and purpose before diving back into your screen. Perhaps one might even notice that soggy Penguin Classic bobbing about your ankles or that popular science hardcover treading water. While tech provides quantity and easy-on-the-brain visuals, offline texts are in most other ways better optimized for how our brains best learn.
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