You don't need to be fluent in meme culture to have a high screen time report, nor do you need to be tech-savvy to be plugged into all the latest trends that are taking over TikTok, and you don't need either to have a high screen time report.
However, an astrologer has discovered that there are three zodiac signs that are more likely to have a higher average screen time than the rest of the signs. If you find it difficult to put down your electronic gadget, this could be the reason why.
Cancers are drawn to situations in which they can "observe the world from a safe space," and social media is a "huge tool in helping Cancer plug into the outside," according to Samay.
"Cancer patients are less likely to become overly dependent on their phones as a source of emotional support the more they are able to interact with people in their everyday lives," says research published in Cancer.
Librans, who are the zodiac's trend-setters, have a constant obligation to stay abreast of the most recent developments in all aspects of culture, from social and political upheavals to the most recent fashion developments and rumors.
They might also struggle with a feeling of being overloaded by the constant barrage of information; therefore, it might be useful for them to take pauses from their screens in order to connect with their inner selves.
According to Samay, the air sign is "known for its love of gathering knowledge," so inquisitive Aquarians probably won't be too surprised to see their sign on this list. Aquarians are recognized for their love of gathering information.
"[Aquarians'] phones give them the ability to stay informed and connected to the outside world, and as a result, they tend to spend a great deal of time scrolling through information.
"Known for its love of gathering knowledge and information, and constantly studying new age advancements in technology," is how the air sign is described.
If this describes you in any way, Samay has a word of advice for you: "Use this information as inspiration rather than living through the experiences of others."