Social Media Addiction

  • Survey: Ed Sheeran Inspires Users to Consider Digital Detox

    … A new survey from Stop Procrastinating has found musician Ed Sheeran’s goal to give up the Internet and social media until the end of 2016 is inspiring others to do the same. In a survey of 1,000 people, Stop Procrastinating found 51 percent of respondents would consider ‘digital detox’ after learning about Sheeran’s reason for doing so…

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  • Take the test. Do you have a social media addiction?

    … By Kerry Gorgone, {grow} Contributing Columnist “I can unplug anytime I want,” you think, closing your laptop with a sense of satisfaction. Seconds later, you fish your smartphone out of your pocket and fire up the Facebook mobile app. Meanwhile, you don’t even hear your child practicing for his piano recital, or your significant other asking…

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  • 5 Crazy Ways Social Media is Changing Your Brain Right Now

    … of internet users are unable to manage how much time they spend online. This works in a similar way to drug dependency, although it’s more of a psychological addiction than anything physical. Indeed, social media provides immediate rewards with minimal effort – this is appealing to the brain, which rewires itself to make you desire this stimulus even more. And so on. For more insights check out the video below, which comes courtesy of AsapSCIENCE. …

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  • Your Digital Lifestyle – Is Your Social Media Addiction Providing Value?

    … We all know that “turning off digital” is becoming harder and harder. There is literally a conversation happening 24/7, 365 days of the year that you can tap into and join instantly. It’s almost as if we hear our devices whispering thing like “turn me back on, push that button, scroll me, post me, don’t turn me off for so long.” Social networks…

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