While many of us enjoy staying connected on social media, excessive use can fuel feelings of anxiety, depression, isolation, and FOMO. Here’s how to modify your habits and improve your mood.
‘Like’ it or not, using social media can cause anxiety, depression, and other health challenges. How can you change your habits?
Like sugar and cigarettes, social media is addictive and can negatively impact your mental and physical health. So how can you break the habit? Let’s start by explaining why social media is addictive and what signs to look out for before discussing the changes you need to make.
Anyone anywhere can build a platform on which to influence, inspire, and exhort others. Yet when we go from being the user to the used, social media can wreck our mental health.
Facebook has delayed the development of an Instagram app for children amid questions about its harmful effects on young people’s mental health. Does social media have an impact on your well-being?