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The impact of social media on our mental health

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The impact of social media on our mental health

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The impact of social media on our mental health

  1. 1. THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON OUR MENTAL HEALTH By Helen and Maria Fernanda
  2. 2. POSITIVE ASPECTS
  3. 3. “We get to live in a time that we get to use social media as tool” GIGI HADID
  4. 4. COMMUNICATION 01 Communicate and stay up to date with family and friends around the world FRIENDSHIP 02 Find new friends and communities; network with other people who share similar interests or ambitions Positive aspects of social media PROMOTE CAUSES 03 Join or promote worthwhile causes; raise awareness on important issues
  5. 5. DAILY FACILITY 04 Daily facilities such as buying food, finding clothes youʼve been searching for or ordering services are positive things as well CREATIVITY 05 Find an outlet for your creativity and self-expression Positive aspects of social media EMPOWERS THROUGH EDUCATION 06 Social media is a fantastic tool to empower audiences with educational content
  6. 6. NEGATIVE ASPECTS
  7. 7. “Just because itʼs not on social media doesnʼt mean itʼs not happening”
  8. 8. FEAR OF MISSING OUT (FOMO)
  9. 9. INADEQUACY ABOUT YOUR LIFE OR APPEARANCE
  10. 10. CYBERBULLYING 59% Experienced at least one of six types of abuse online behaviors
  11. 11. DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY “Itʼs okay. I understand. Sheʼs skinnier. Sheʼs funnier. Sheʼs prettier. Donʼt worry. I wouldnʼt choose me either.”
  12. 12. Reducing the impacts
  13. 13. SUPERVISE TIME 01 Use apps to track how much time you spend on social media each day OVERNIGHT DISTANCE 02 Donʼt bring your phone to bed. Turn devices off and leave them in another room overnight How to reduce the negative effects TAKE MOMENTS OFF 03 Such as when youʼre driving, in a meeting, at the gym, having dinner and spending time with offline friends
  14. 14. TURN OFF NOTIFICATIONS 04 Turning off notifications can help you regain control of your time and focus DELETING SOCIAL MEDIA FROM YOUR PHONE 05 If it sound like too drastic, try removing one social media at a time to see how much you really miss it How to reduce the negative effects LIMIT CHECKS 06 Start with 15 minutes, then go to 30, then go to an hour. There are apps that can help you and automatically limit your phone
  15. 15. Childhood 2.0 The Social Dilemma DOCUMENTARIES
  16. 16. — Charli d’amelio “I think Iʼm working on being a lot more positive in my everyday life because I realize comments and things can hurt.”
  17. 17. CREDITS: This presentation template was created by Slidesgo, including icons by Flaticon, and infographics & images by Freepik THANKS! Please keep this slide for attribution Hope you enjoyed

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