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Another mental health phenomenon associated with social media is what is known as FOMO, or the "fear of missing out."
Consequently, social media sites like Facebook and Instagram seem to exacerbate the fear that you're missing something or that other people are living a better life than you are.
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Additionally, social media has tendancy to reinforce use and people quickly become hooked on checking their statuses for comments and likes as well as perusing other people's posts.
This dopamine release, in turn, keeps people coming back because they want to repeat those feel-good experien...
Social media also can boost self-esteem,especially if a person is viewed favorably online or gets a number of likes or interactions on their content.
Likewise, through social media some people are able to share parts of their identity that may be challenging to communicate in person.
Social media can cause you to experience feelings of inadequacy. about your life and your appearance.
Even if you know that the images you see online are manipulated or represent someone else's highlight reel, they can still cause feelings of insecurity, envy, and dissatisfaction.
Social media use also can cause people to become self-absorbed. sharing endless selfies as well as your innermost thoughts on social media can create an unhealthy self-centeredness that causes you to focus on crafting your online image rather than making memories with your friends and family memb...
If you find that your social meida use is impacting your relationships or is distracting you from work or school, it may be problematic. Additionally, if scrolling through social media leaves you feeling envious, depressed, anxious, or angry, then you need to re-evaluate your use.
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In recent years there has been a significant increase in social media use.
Because social media use is still relatively new, there are no long-term studies documenting the effects of social media, but several recent studies indicate that social media impacts mental health in a number of wa...
In fact, for a technology that's supposed to bring people closer together, it can have the opposite effect especially when disagreements erupt online.
Social media has been linked to depression, anxiety, and loneliness. It can even make people feel more isolated and alone.
Excissive social media use can lead to impulse control issues, especially if you access your social networks using a smartphone.
This means that you have round-the-clock access to your accounts which not only makes it easy for you always to be connected, but it also can affect your concent...
Reasearchers are discovering that there are some downsides to social media, particularly with regard to mental health.
Aside from the fact that social media allows people to reconnect with family and friends that live far away or that they have lost touch with, it also has become a vital communication tool during the pandemic.
In fact, people have used social media to share information and connect with peop...
Another major impact that social media has on your mental health is that it can become an unhealthy way of coping with uncomfortable feelings or emotions.
For instance, if you turn to social media when you're feeling down, lonely, or bored, you're potentially using social media as a way to ...
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FOMO is the experience of worrying that other people are doing more interesting things than you, have more friends than you, and are just all around living a better and cooler life.
The prime source of FOMO is of course social media, which allows you to peruse the highlights of other...
The fear of missing out on better projects, better colleagues, and better opportunities can become a persistent, nagging problem that won’t let you rest or stay in the moment.
Too often, FOMO drives unproductive choices. So, we end up in projects that over...
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