They say health is wealth, and that makes sense, right? Your body and your mind. Those are investments. And the more you pay attention to what you’re putting into them, the more control you have of what you get out. One of the major stressors that no one’s really talking about but is right under our nose, in our hands is the excessive phone usage, and it’s a growing concern in our society. We’re on our phones way too much, and by virtue of that, studies are showing that increase screen time has been shown to increase. Guess what, anxiety in subjects and like many of us, including me, were on our phones all the time. Consider putting boundaries on the amount of screen time that you’re being exposed to go to your settings, look at screen time and see how many hours you’re on your phone, and then consider reducing that at the end of the day, checking how much you’ve been using it and putting ceilings on all the apps that you’re using by immersing yourself over and over not only with blue light, but also through social media, it’s having an increased effect on society when it comes to anxiety. And although it can be a really useful source for all of us really powerful technology, our body has yet to adapt to such fast paced information and excessive blue light. So ask yourself, are you using your phone too much? And on the days that you left your phone at home or decide not to use it, do you feel better in your body? If the answer is yes, then I would consider putting boundaries around your phone usage. Remember, just like with investing, good health is all about consistency, and the most satisfying gains come with patience, time and routine.