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.Wake up!! Social media is slowly killing you

.Wake up!! Social media is slowly killing you

 The impact that technology has on our social, mental, physical and environmental health can be devastating if we don't keep ourselves in check. There is no denying the   benefits we have gained from technological advancements, but as with all things in life moderation is key

   Being aware of the harmful aspects of the overuse of electronics will help you avoid any unnecessary pitfalls. One harmful aspect is social isolation, the lack of contact with other people in normal daily living, such as, the workplace, with friend and in social activities. The use of online social media outlets causes a lack of much needed social skills. We lose the ability to read body language and social cues in other people. The more time people are spending engrossed in Video games, talking to friends online and watching funny videos on YouTube, they are spending less time being active. This leads to obesity. Moreover, technology creates the perfect recipe for depression. Being alone while online makes people depressed and this they become unable to share their emotions and feelings with real people around them. Some of the negative effects of technology can be linked to the effect in sleep habits. We get sucked into online activities that keep us up too late and the constant stream of information can make it difficult to turn off our brains. Social media contributes to depression, and that's could be explained for many reasons

We often see the final products of other's success which causes us to overlook the journey to get there

Social media causes people to constantly compare themselves to others

 Some people are more content with validation from people on here through likes, shares and comments rather their careers, education, family, significant other, spiritual beliefs and real impact on others around them

  Social media is a big distraction and can be addictive not realizing you can spend hours on here daily while spending barely any time on your goals and craft

   Also, the ambient glow from screens can affect the release of melatonin, the sleep chemical. Keeping technology out of the bedroom would be a very healthy habit to acquire 

   If you really want to live a life to full and enjoy every moment you live, you can reduce your use of social networking sites. Give yourself a chance to conquer real life and interact with real people rather than spend most of your life with fake people online

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