Mental Health and Social Media

Social media has both positive and negative effects on mental health. On the one hand, social media can provide a sense of community, support, and connection, especially for individuals who may feel isolated. However, social media can also contribute to feelings of anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem, as individuals compare themselves to others and experience online bullying or harassment. To promote positive mental health, individuals should practice mindful and intentional social media use, limit screen time, and prioritize in-person social interactions. Social media platforms can also take steps to improve mental health outcomes, such as implementing tools for managing screen time and monitoring online behavior.

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