Effect Of Facebook, Twitter or Instagram In Life

Social networks are a double-edged sword. Apparently, they were created to connect individuals, hold conversations with people you do not see regularly or meet people with tastes similar to yours and with whom you would never have thought to speak. However, they have also led to other types of problems, more and more common problems that millions of people in the world live every day.

Antisocial people
Facebook, Twitter or Instagram can be entertaining if they complement your life or if you make a responsible and consistent use of them. The excesses are always bad, be aware of the information or send messages to your virtual friends can cause you to neglect your life "for real". Do not neglect work or studies by people you do not know, this is a problem and you will end up isolated, forgetting to live with your friends/family/couple outside the comfort of the virtual world. Do not do it!

No loneliness
We are used to surrounding ourselves with people, although in reality solitude is never an enemy. People with serious problems with social networks usually express everything they think and we must know that loneliness is sometimes not a bad company. In fact be alone with your thoughts can come well to reconsider about your future (in the workplace, social, loving, family ...) instead of trying to fill those "empty moments" with a forced incursion into social networks.

Without privacy
A common practice in social networks is to put absolutely everything you do, what you think or the plans you have and with whom you make them. Maybe it is not necessary to criticize society in that way, put your most interesting photos of the last trip or take your inner thoughts, you are throwing a handful of strangers your true feelings and therefore depriving you of the privacy you deserve. Save something for yourself and value that intimacy that is sometimes necessary to move forward.

On the Internet, you will find everything: friends, colleagues to go out, colleagues, partners ... but also the opposite: hatreds, lies, blackmail and frustrations. Online life is also closely linked to harassment, or in this case to 'cyberbullying'. Young people are more vulnerable or perhaps more innocent, they believe anything and do not have a background in the use of social networks to say 'enough' or stop on time. To get rid of these bullies is as simple as deleting a profile or communicating it to someone competent.

One of the most obvious problems that involve the use of social networks is the addiction they assume. According to a study by Harvard University (2012), exposure to them activates the same areas of the brain as drug use. It is not surprising that sometimes we stay with someone and we are more aware of the mobile and we hear that someone has to post a photo on Instagram and Facebook as it is their 'healthy' way of feeling good. Like any addiction, you have to know how to disengage in time.

Theft of images
Who has not ever published an image to a social network? We have all succumbed to the temptation to let our friends know that last trip, that tasty meal or that important party, but be careful with the type of photographs you upload to the cloud. Taking photographs in underwear, swimsuit or bikini or very sexy is a danger because there are sick people who are dedicated to stealing them for their own use, for other adult websites or even for abuse and blackmail.

It is not the most common but you will surely have noticed that the constant use of social networks on mobile devices has increased the number of accidents. It is not only that people continue to use the mobile while they are at the wheel (do not chaperone), but also on the street. I know people who by updating their Facebook status, hanging the last photo on Instagram or posting an opinion on Twitter have stumbled on a curb, fallen to the ground, stamped with a signal, hit a streetlight or fallen into a sewer.

Excessive and excessive use of social networks can lead to depression (in extreme cases). Sometimes, entering Facebook to check what you're missing does not help, nor does it impatiently wait for comments or 'Like' from your friends and acquaintances. It is better to worry about what surrounds you than those "false" moments of joy that can only benefit you at a precise moment and generally not even that.

Lying in social networks is the common denominator of almost 70% of users. It is not necessary to tell lies openly, it is usual to embellish reality to make your life seem more interesting in the face of others. Their own lies are capable of generating other feelings such as rivalry and envy caused by other users and not fit into that fictitious version invented about yourself or your circumstances.

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