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-related health promotion activities. Therefore, these brief interventions are particularly suited for those who find little time to engage on effective psychological recovering activities. The latter is fundamental in our “always-on-cultures,” in order to prevent

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et al., 2012 ; Huffington, 2018 ). This has been termed as being “always on” and for many young people it has become the norm ( Kuss & Griffiths, 2017 ). With the emergence of “always onculture ( Kuss & Griffiths, 2017 ), there is a growing

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