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However, you don’t need to turn off all the notifications. Rather you can customize notifications so you only receive important notifications.
We are added to a lot of groups with our consent, be sure to unfollow them. Only keep the groups that you actively follow.
Try posting only on specific days like on weekends or only on Monday.
Think a moment before posting and ask yourself “Do I really need to post this?”.
Instead of posting a photo from your recent college trip, send it only to your loved ones.
Another lite approach could be to declare a few ‘social media hours’ instead of the whole day, e.g no screen after 8 pm on Monday.
Apps are designed in such a way as to keep you glued to your screen. On an app, rewards are high and friction is low. However, using a mobile/computer browser offer considerable friction(e.g need to log in every time you want to use social media), and thus you can resist temptations more easily.
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