PREMIUM TALKING TIPS: Facebook may actually benefit adult mental health

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It is a common belief that using social media platforms can adversely affect people’s mental health, but new research has shown that using these networking sites can reduce an adult’s risk of experiencing depression or anxiety.

Facebook’s reputation has sunk in recent years for a variety of reasons, including its role in the 2016 (US) elections and the recent data breach. In addition, studies have suggested that social media can cause psychological distress, loneliness, and depression.

However, a 2018 study on the use of social media by undergraduates found that limiting social media use to approximately 30 minutes per day may improve mental health.

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