Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||by Ralph C. Heussner, Jr. and Marla E. Salmon.|
|Contributions||Salmon, Marla E.|
|LC Classifications||RA440.5 .H48 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 221 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||221|
|LC Control Number||88024241|
Get this from a library! Warning--the media may be harmful to your health!: a consumer's guide to medical news and advertising. [Ralph C Heussner; Marla E Salmon]. Science notes that “social media websites may be as addictive as alcohol or cigarettes”. If you think you may be addicted to social media, take a moment to consider: 1. Do you feel your social media use has become compulsive, that you “have to” use it? 2. More than one-third of American adults view social media as harmful to their mental health, according to a new survey from the American Psychiatric 5% view social media . Greenfield noted that when she published her book “Mind and Media: The Effects of Television, Video Games, and Computers,” in , she thought an addiction to video games was crazy. “If a child wants to finish a book, nobody says, ‘My child is addicted to reading,’” she said. In the years since, however, the definitions have changed.
Basically. Too much bad media can be hazardous to your child's health. What we wanted to do was not just take a look at one connection between media and health, say, childhood obesity or sexual behavior. We wanted to conduct a meta-study, a comprehensive look at all different aspects of the way media . Watch Study: Social media may be bad for your health Video Online, on New health guidelines for sending B.C. kids to school sick. Global News . But all of the 6,+ articles we have published contain lessons to help you improve your critical thinking about health care interventions. media format. They may be misled into making bad. Social media and mobile devices may lead to psychological and physical issues, such as eyestrain and difficulty focusing on important tasks. They may also contribute to more serious health.
Ever feel like your social media use is bogging you down? As sites like Facebook and Twitter have become integral parts of our day, it’s important to think critically about the ways social media impacts our lives. Here are some ways social media can negatively affect our mental health: 1.) Insecurity. The rise of social media has meant that people are more connected than we have ever been in the history of time. But our reliance on social media can have a detrimental effect on our mental health. If you feel the need to constantly check your social media accounts for updates or respond to emails right away (even in the middle of the night), you may be experiencing what some experts call "problematic Internet use." If you feel like Internet use has taken over your life, talk to your physician. He or she can help. Drawing boundaries for. By taking your mind off the things that you may normally stress about before falling asleep, a book can clear your mind and also make you sleepy, easing you into a full night’s rest. In addition, soft light being reflected off the pages of a book doesn’t signal to your brain that it’s time to wake up like the glaring screen of an e-book.