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How Social Media Affects Your Brain

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  1. This is a fantastic video – in the UK The Royal Society of Public Health have pursued 'scroll free september'. This video encompasses every reason why I have opted in to this challege.

  2. I only use Twitter and Snapchat, but mostly Twitter. I took a break from both for a month and it was life changing. I highlight recommend it. Deactivate both accounts then delete them for an even better result. It felt nice waking up and not checking my phone right away, instead I started my day by making my bed, checking my e-mails, etc…

  3. I'm not affected, so I don't care. I rarely post photos on facebook. I don't have an instagram, or twitter, or twitch, or whatever else is trendy right now… Facebook is a thing I mostly use to stay in touch with friends. I use viber to call my parents and my closest friends and that's about it. Everything else I do via phone call. I don't want to broadcast my life to people all over the world. I don't want to post a photo of what I had for dinner, or the hotel I went to while on vacation. Especially not to strangers.

    Likes are not an achievement. Tho, sadly, the world tends to disagree on this… Likes can get you exposure, money, sponsorships and many other things you never really worked for, but just got, cause someone clicked "Like" and someone else put an advert next to the like button…

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