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Why a social media detox may not be as good for you as you think – new research

By Niklas Ihssen, Associate professor, Durham University
Michael Wadsley, PhD student, Durham University
Whether you’re an influencer, an occasional poster, or just a lurker, you likely spend more time than you’d like on social media. Globally, working-age people with internet access now spend more than 2.5 hours per day on social platforms like Instagram, Facebook or X (Twitter).

Social media use can become excessive and problematic when it interferes with school or work, causes conflict in your relationships or harms…The Conversation

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