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Empty scrolling:- A new addiction

Empty scrolling:- A new addiction

Yes, it's a very common and quite famous and almost all of us are getting addicted to it. Scrolling social media sites for hours without any motive or conscience. We actually don't know why we are using social media this much, and till we know that, theirs a lots of hours have already been passed.

It not only just waste our time but also has deep impact on our mental, emotional and spiritual health. Majority of victims are -kids and teenagers. It's just like smoking 🚬, you do it and want it for more.

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Most of us are consumer. We are consuming social media and helping a lots of companies and peoples to warm their pockets. It's a vicious circle ⭕ which has no end.

I m not saying that you quit social media, I know it's not possible. Their are a lots of benefits of it too, b...

Instead of wasting time on scrolling through your social media, you can utilise this time in doing something productive, something which can help you both mentally and physically. This is what I have done to avoid empty scrolling:-

1) I have dedicated some ...

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