News just in from our client, Allay Health and Wellness about The Surprising Link Between Social Media and Depression

Social media has become a huge part of how people interact with each other in the last decade. Some 77 percent of Americans are reportedly active on one or two social media platforms.

As much as limiting screen time is important, studies have shown that a person on average spends two hours a day browsing social media apps because they feel more connected to people. While social media is supposed to encourage connections, a report on Tech Crunch cited that the more people spend their time hooked up to their gadgets and looking on their social media profiles, the more they feel lonely and depressed about their lives.

If you are suffering from depression or if you know someone who does, don’t hesitate to consult our experts in depression treatment Palm Beach Gardens for medical help.

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The Surprising Link Between Social Media and Depression


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