Excessive exposure to social media increases the chances of depression worldwide. There are even those who argue that it will not be long before the time that most people will renounce.
As Lynsey Barber mentions, editor-in-Chief of the technology sector in the City AM, nearly 56% of depressions due to social media and explains.
“We all know that on Instagram there are these incredibly beautiful pictures, wonderful cocktails, the idyllic sunsets, fashion trends and all those that create illusions, but does not prevent people constantly think how to achieve.”
However, for many people, this is the cause of depression. New surveys show that seven million of our fellow human beings, suffer from depression because of their friends lives like this occurs in social media after constantly compare their own with them.
The same number of people said they feel unhappy seeing their friends posting on Facebook and Twitter about having a good career you have wonderful family and nice body. A large percentage of them, did not hesitate to admit that often seeks to find former colleagues and former sexual partners in order to compare their lives.
In conclusion, Lynsey Barber says that most relationships are measured according to how popular they are someone, without having to spend time with them.