How to do a “social detox” from social media Take a break – reduce stress

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How to do a “social detox” from social media Take a break – reduce stress

Using social media can cause physical and mental effects, such as exposure to too much information and strong emotional stimulation. Including being bullied or criticized. Therefore, you should do a social detox (Social Detox) to treat the effects of social media. By reducing the use less. To reduce exposure to detoxifying information from social media and rehabilitate the mind. Report from โปรโมชั่น ufabet

How to do a social detox yourself

Prof. Dr. Chawit Tanveerachaisakul Chulalongkorn Hospital, Thai Red Cross Society, specifies how to do social detox yourself as follows:

  1. Turn off notifications during breaks

    The brain responds to sound and vibration alerts. This causes the body to check the phone’s notifications regularly. This can trigger anxiety and increase fear of being alone.
  2. Set the time to use the phone

    Set a time limit for using your phone and social media, such as taking a break every 30 minutes or setting a time limit of 5-10 minutes at a time.
  3. Do a social detox every holiday.

    The holidays are a time to relax and enjoy life without social media. or use as little as possible To allow the body and brain to relax
  4. Absorb the atmosphere offline

    Turning off the phone Living offline Not posting pictures or status on social media and doing activities outside the screen such as reading books, traveling, chatting with friends. Spend time with relatives or family. To get the most out of social media experience
  5. Manage the content of received information.

    Choose to receive information from reliable sources. Reduce following of influencers on social media that are not beneficial. And choose to follow only people who make you feel good and happy.
  6. Stop using your phone before going to bed.

    Light from the device screen Or a smart phone will stimulate the brain to work more and reduce the activity of melatonin that helps with sleep. Makes it harder to sleep

Doctor’s advice

If you do a social detox and still feel that you are affected by your use of social media, such as feeling stressed, sad, or depressed for a long time. You should immediately consult a psychologist or psychiatrist.