1 min readWe are in the midst of a cognition crisis

Technology has radically transformed the way we are interacting with our environment, with each other, and with ourselves. It has affected with the health of our minds, and is leading to many other issues in cognition.

Hundreds of millions of people around the world are experiencing extreme depression, anxiety, post-traumatic disorder, and several major impairments in cognition. More and more children are being diagnosed with autism, ADHD, addiction, dementia and more. Our children are experiencing a decline in creative thinking and empathic concern. For Dr. Adam Gazzaley, these are all symptoms a deep seated problem – a sign of the cognition crisis. The cause, he says, is technology.

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