The information age is surging with new technologies and devices that allow us to accomplish more tasks, research information quicker, and stay connected longer than ever before. Too much of anything, however, can have dangerous consequences. The most common drawback experienced by millions of Americans today is the inability to unplug from our devices. By staying connected via our telephones, laptops, music devices, and tablets, our minds are literally trying to process terabytes of information with one major downside: our brains are not computers. Our brains are the tools that are supposed to be operating the machines we have in our lives, but as of late many Americans have found that our devices are actually running the show.