Teens with facebook addiction
With more than million active users worldwide, the social networking site Facebook has become a household name. But some households are pulling the plug. For Michigan 10th grader Neeka Salmasi, chatting and messaging with her friends on Facebook had become a huge problem. In the beginning, she said she'd be online for as little as 20 minutes a day, but then those minutes grew into a couple of hours on weekdays and sometimes as long as six hours on the weekend.
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On Monday a report was published by an all-party parliamentary group APPG , proposing that internet addiction could be classified as a disease , and that research into its impact on mental health could be funded by a taxing social media companies. Could anyone stand to live without a smartphone, in , and to go without social media? Add social media, and the result is a toxic brew of solipsism and information overload, the kind that one is either overwhelmed by, or turns one into a monster in order to survive. The UX design employed by these platforms is a maze of dark patterns and cues borrowed from the world of gambling.
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Social media addiction is not natural or normal – but is it really a disease?
Social media addiction is a growing problem. More and more young people with this addiction are treated in clinics. The addictive aspect of social networking is associated with FOMO — fear of missing out.
As teens are drawn to social interaction, the ever presence of Facebook can draw teens into a type of virtual social addiction. But before parents begin to worry themselves, they should question whether their teen is at risk for Facebook addiction or whether their teen is simply engaging in normal use of a popular social media site. Just as two physically healthy teens might spend vastly different amounts of time on physical exercise, two mentally healthy teens might spend vastly different amounts of time on Facebook. Parents who should be concerned with the time their children spend on Facebook are parents who see signs of negative personality changes. When your child begins to exhibit signs of poor self-esteem, social avoidance or irresponsibility in the real world, your child may be spending too much time on Facebook.
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