Supported by countless studies.

“Cutting your smartphone use by just an hour a day makes you less anxious, more satisfied with life and more likely to exercise.”

"The greater the use of a phone while studying, the greater the negative impact on learning."

"Precommitment was significantly effective in optimizing students’ goals and improving their academic performance."

"Users spent an average of four hours and 14 minutes per day using their mobile devices."

"Statistically significant impairment of individuals’ cognitive capacity — on par with effects of lacking sleep."

"Precommitment is a more effective self-control strategy than willpower."

“Excessive smartphone use is associated with psychiatric, cognitive, emotional, medical and brain changes that should be considered by health and education professionals.”

"The mere presence of one’s smartphone reduces available cognitive capacity and impairs cognitive functioning..."

"The negative effects of bedtime smartphone usage on sleep quality."

"Precommitment is an effective self-motivational and behaviour-optimization tool"

"The average daily social media usage of internet users worldwide amounted to 151 minutes per day..."