In this fast-moving era where the use of social media is steadily increasing. There is also a debate in the world about whether the use of social media is harmful to mental health. Observations have shown that young people use Facebook and YouTube a lot.
In 2012, when the use of social media increased drastically. It became apparent that mental depression was increasing among young people. There are pressure and more anxiety.
There has been a sudden increase in the number of adults, with the number of engaged teenagers increasing significantly between 2009 and 2011. At that time, two-thirds of teenagers between the ages of 15 and 17 were using it daily. There is evidence and social media has no role to play in it.
Some studies have shown that there is a mild correlation between time spent in front of the screen and bad mental health. Against this defense, Mr. Joanna Thun has three arguments. The paper cited in one argument is short and it focuses solely on screen time but does not include watching movies and chatting with friends.
In research papers, looking at a full-screen time rather than paying particular attention to social media, you will find that it has a lot to do with mental depression and when we focus on girls in particular. If you do, you know that it affects girls a lot. Researchers say girls use social media more than boys because boys are more involved in other sports.
However, it is also true that correlational studies provide indirect evidence. In recent years, studies have identified. After a few weeks of abstinence, users reported that they had improved mood and feelings of loneliness, which is a symptom of depression.
Third, some researchers consider social media as sugar that its low or medium consumption is safe for the young, while its high consumption will be harmful. but social media has given a new dimension to many people’s relationships, including family relationships and daily relationships. One observation has made it clear that a simple dose of the drug cannot cover the effects of social media; so far, all researchers’ discussions have taken into account the amount of food.
Observations suggest that there is a correlation between social media use and mental health impairment. Researchers say the purpose of the research should be to find out how the use of digital devices and social media can be beneficial rather than harmful, And how to use social media to document its procedures and evidence.
But it is important to note that the hidden networks underneath this sample have far-reaching effects on mental stress, anxiety, and mental health disorders, which are more prone to girls. As a result, it can be said that digital media has many benefits, including treatment for mental illnesses, but if you are limited to social media, the rate of loss will be much higher. The effects have an impact on younger users.