Screen Time is Making Kids Moody, Crazy, & Lazy


By Love What Matters


Children or teens who are “revved up” and prone to rages or — alternatively — who are depressed and apathetic have become disturbingly commonplace. Chronically irritable children are often in a state of abnormally high arousal and may seem “wired and tired.” That is, they’re agitated but exhausted. Because chronically high arousal levels impact memory and the ability to relate, these kids are also likely to struggle academically and socially.

At some point, a child with these symptoms may be given a mental health diagnosis such as major depression, bipolar disorder, or ADHD and offered corresponding treatments, including therapy and medication. But often, these treatments don’t work very well, and the downward spiral continues…more

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