The most mental health bad application is "Instagram"
Teenage boys and girls often depend on smartphones and specialize in limiting the use of children's smartphonesCase for smart addictionEven the appearance.Spend a lot of time on SNSBecause there are so many people, it was investigated which social media gives people positive or negative influence on mental health.
RSPH | Social media and young people's mental health and wellbeing
Instagram worst app for young people's mental health - CNN.com
BritishRoyal Society for Public Health(RSPH)Examined about 1,500 people between the ages of 14 and 24, how social media applications have affected youth's anxiety, depression, self-recognition, body image, etc. As a result, it turned out that YouTube has the most positive influence on people, and Instagram is the one that has the most negative influence on the contrary. Instagram gives a negative image to the body image that the user holds against him, the sleeping pattern, FOMO (anxiety / fear of being left behind), and it is written in the report.
In particular, the negative influence that Instagram gives to young women is remarkable, an anonymous woman who participated in the survey said, "The body in the picture on Instagram is edited so that it looks like" perfect "by being filtered But, as girls see them, they feel that their bodies are "not enough". " In order to solve this problem, RSPH calls out to each SNS platform "Remind users of anxiety by alerting them that" this image is edited "with respect to the image" .
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Following Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter has also been found to have a negative impact on the mental health of young people, and only YouTube was said to "have a positive influence".
Also, in the report, it is touched how young people are taking time to SNS, and it is also known that those who spend more than two hours on SNS a day are likely to have problems with mental health . There are experts who tell us that the use of SNS is more dependent on tobacco and alcohol, so we introduce a mechanism to warn people who stay on-line for too long, RSPH Recommended. "To prepare for the growing digital world, we need to teach the children not only the good side of social media but also the bad side", says Simon Wessely, RSPH representative It is.