Social Media Addiction

Experts have found a correlation between increased social media usage and depression and anxiety, especially in teens. Social media has become so much a part of our culture that most people can hardly imagine life without sites like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Are young people equipped to navigate a world where increasingly complex algorithms are designed to keep them clicking? Recent studies show that many teens check their social media more than 100 times a day. For some young people, the use of social media is so extreme it is negatively impacting their lives. Their relationships, academics, mental and physical health are suffering they’re addicted.

  • Track 1-1 Signs of Social Media Addiction
  • Track 2-2 Recent Researches
  • Track 3-3 Treatment Program
  • Track 4-4 Tips to overcome Social Media Addiction

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