What is too much TV time?

Central Leader - - SPORT -

that, then you would most likely re­turn to your orig­i­nal be­hav­iour.

Re­cent re­search found that study par­tic­i­pants com­monly re­flected that tele­vi­sion had some­how ‘‘ab­sorbed or sucked out their en­ergy’’, leav­ing them de­pleted. They said they had more dif­fi­culty con­cen­trat­ing af­ter view­ing than be­fore, and that, in con­trast, they rarely in­di­cated such dif­fi­culty af­ter read­ing. Af­ter play­ing sports or en­gag­ing in hob­bies, peo­ple re­ported im­prove­ments in mood, yet af­ter watch­ing tele­vi­sion, peo­ple’s

Prob­lems with en­ergy be­gin to emerge with ex­ces­sive tele­vi­sion view­ing.

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