The Users Of Social Media In Excess Could Be Vulnerable To Depression-Says Researchers

 According to a research carried out by the University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences, they discovered that the more time a young adult (19-32) use social media, the more likely they could be depressed.
 According to them the findings could guide clinical and public health interventions to solve the problem of depression. The Director, Pitt's centre for research on Media, Tech and Health, brian A. Primack, M.D, PhD he said
 "Because social media has become such an integrated component of human interaction, it is important for clinicians interacting with young adults to recognize the balance to be struck in encouraging potential positive use, while redirecting from problematic use".
 He said participants of social media who reported more frequently using social media throughout the week had 2.7 times the likelihood of been depressed, compared to those who spend less time on it.
 He also added that "We certainly do not recommend that people to stop using social media. Social media is obviously an extremely important part of modern day society and has many important functions."
 To me this means that excessive use of the social media might have some negative effect but does not mean that it should be stopped.
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