Thomas Forest is good against in his second year as mobilafhængig.
For a year and a half ago he was in five weeks in rehab due to an excessive consumption of the mobile.
He documented the process in the P1 programme 'I'm mobilafhængig' and has subsequently held talks about the dependency.
even Though he's still active must thwart his desire to turn on the phone, he states that consumption overall is still declining.
'It goes well', he writes on his blog.
Thomas Forest don't have the answer Extra the Magazine's request, but elaborates in the blog post, that he has the great benefit of the iPhones new service Skærmtid.
The show weekly, how much time one spends on his mobile phone distributed on the hours of the day and applications.
'I have in some weeks made it a sport to see how little time I can use on my screen – and the record ended up at 1 hour and 10 minutes on average per. day', he writes.
the Journalist, who said her regular job at the DR up last year, recalls that he also uses his mobile phone as a tool.
In the latest development, however, gone the wrong way.
the '(...) I must also be honest to say that the past seven days is my average 2 hours and 38 minutes – and, in consequence, I can see that over four hours has been spent on Instagram'.
'It is over the top, so it must be something', he writes.
Shortly after Thomas Forest was in rehab, he told Extra Bladet, the goal was not to completely stop using the mobile phone.
Earlier it was such that it was in my hand constantly and all the time.
- It has been a cold turkey. I have always wanted to Czech it to see what happened on Instagram and Snapchat.
- I'm still partly dependent, and I have to fight not to side with it constantly, he said.