The Adverse Effects Of Social Media Addiction

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Social Media Addiction is slowly makings its way from an addiction and is beginning to be seen as a disorder. Social media addiction is defined as the excessive use of media sites.But as time goes on teens and adults are becoming more obsessed with the sites, checking them every minute to see if their friends are out without them; or if the girl they hate is talking about them. The adverse effects of social media are causing teens to spend an excessive amount of time on social media. What is the excessive amount of hours causing? “Social media addiction is seen as an addiction and is ranked above alcohol and cigarettes, although it isn’t seen as a disorder, it is still categorized as an addiction for being used excessively.” ( Walker …show more content…
Social media can be a huge distraction not only from your work but from people you know in your life. Even though it can be used to connect to others, you may end up losing touch with people you know sooner than you realize. There are stories of people saying they don’t connect with someone they know as often as they used to because they spend more time on social media. Some get so addicted they don’t tend to things at home such as their kids, spouse or things that need to be taken care of in the household. People may find it silly that a person can be addicted to social media but it is true. Many people use it to learn what is going on in the news, share videos of their kids’ accomplishments, or promote their business. You can do so much on social media it is easy to see why people spend hours at a time socializing.” But when you begin to lose touch with the reality going on in …show more content…
The term “social addiction” is always seen on news and headlines around paper and television. A lot have kept on patronizing social media because of online games, online friends, and chat. But some people lost their job due to online addiction, other lost relationship for some reason. I hope that this subject may not be a problem for the future because I can see that this is becoming more and more of a problem.
Ask yourself, how many hour do you spend your time staring at your computer than talking to a

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