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You've probably heard the expression "FOMO," fear of missing out, but The Doctors want you to actually relish that time alone with some "JOMO", the joy of missing out!
There are actual health benefits, rooted in science, for taking alone time. One study out of SUNY Buffalo found alone time increased creativity. There are also findings that it increases productivity and empathy.
Dermatologist expert Dr. Sonia Batra adds the importance of taking time to unplug from technology can't be overstated. A study out of The University of Michigan found technology 40% accountable in teens in terms of lack of empathy. If you're plugged into your devices, you're likely plugging out from yourself and interactions with others.
Psychotherapist expert Dr. Mike Dow adds this alone time also helps regulated stress hormones, boosting the immune system, and helps to feel less anxious and depressed.
So skip that party; it may just be good for your health!