Social Media Addiction

Social media addiction describes the compulsive and harmful overconsumption of social platforms, often resulting in negative impacts on mental health and relationships, underscoring the importance of addressing this modern behavioral issue. Recent studies on social media addiction have emphasized the psychological and emotional toll it takes on individuals, with findings highlighting its association with anxiety, depression, and decreased well-being. Additionally, research has explored the influence of algorithms and notifications on perpetuating addictive social media use, suggesting potential strategies for mitigating this issue. The development of digital well-being tools and interventions has gained traction as a means to counteract the negative consequences of excessive social media engagement. This session is intended to investigate various significant dimensions of social media addiction and its implications.

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