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Cutting back on the digital onslaught might help ease your mind, as well as free up time.

North Korea launches another rocket. Riots break out on Manus Island. Apple unveils the latest version of the iPhone. Donald Trump tweets.

Not only does the digital world consume an enormous amount of time and gigabytes, it can lead to stress, anxiety and depression.

We are constantly bombarded with information. Many of the issues are vast, complex and beyond our control. We begin to feel powerless – the functional elements of depression.

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