I suffer from clinical anxiety. Essentially, this means there is a base level of anxiousness or nervousness that underlines everything I say and do. A level of unease that isn't explicitly tied to any situation or action - but colours my day-to-day experience.
Let's talk about digital detox, shall we? Picture this — you're in a conversation, buzzing with energy, animatedly discussing your favourite band or the latest book you've read, and then you feel it. The all-too-familiar vibration in your pocket, an incoming notification. Your smartphone, the constant companion, beckoning for your attention, successfully throwing you off your game. And then there are those nights, when you tuck yourself in bed, promising 'just one more scroll on Instagram', that somehow mysteriously turns into two hours. Sounds familiar, doesn't it?