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Staring at screens raises guilty feelings, study finds

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While millions of people choose relaxing in front of the TV, computer or smartphone screen after a long day at work, a new study finds that might cause the opposite feeling.
A European study published this week in the Journal of Communication screened 471 subjects about how they felt at the end of their work day and what media they engaged with. As The Independent reported, participants who felt especially tired resorted to using media and reported that they felt they'd procrastinated more important tasks. This led them to feel like failures, which resulted in further anxiety.
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