Social Media Affecting Mental Health Statistics [Fresh Research]

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"Over 37% of American adults experienced anxiety and depression due to increased use of social media during the Covid-19 pandemic."

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"Approximately 43% of teens reported experiencing cyberbullying on social media."

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"57% of young people report experiencing loneliness, which is often exacerbated by social media."

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"Time spent on social media is associated with increased rates of anxiety, depression, and poor sleep among young adults."

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"Research indicates that spending 3 hours per day or more on social media is associated with high levels of internalizing behavior among teenagers."

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"25% of teenagers experience anxiety symptoms due to social media triggered FOMO (Fear of Missing Out)."

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"For every 10% rise in negative social media interactions a person experiences, their risk of depression rises significantly (by 20%)."

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"Social media addicts are 2.7 times more likely to be depressed than others."

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"Over 30% of people admit that they feel disappointed with their own life after comparing their status and achievements with their friends online."

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