How Social Media Affects Teenagers Essay

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While Teenagers feel that social media is more important than the real world its alot of negative effects of social media. One is that it can take over brain cells and effect mental and physical health. Being On social media every day, every hour, and every minute can really cause damage to your brain cells.Our brain grows as when learn new things and when we learn the new things it changes after we done experienced it. It Changes the way we think and feel. It can control our brains in many ways , for example if we see a picture with food people might stare at it and end up getting hungry that's a way that social things can control our brain cells. The social sites that we be on will leads to massive amount of depression , anxiety , poor…show more content…
Also it can cause teens to have mood swings throughout the day , people might be mad that they did not get enough sleep that pervious night so the next day they will be so tired that they moods just start to change. “Social media and text messages that have become so integral to teenagers life , are promoting anxiety and lower self esteem” (Rachel Ehmke is managing editor at the Child Mind Institute. “How Using Social Media Affects Teenagers.” Child Mind Institute, childmind.org/article/how-using-social-media-affects-teenagers.). Modern teens tends to have an massive amount of self esteem when dealing with social sites especially girls. Girls compare they self to other girls , they tend to do this because they feel they are not prettier or popular like others.Young people have an tendency into having a perfect body, Teens will look at pictures of models or most pictures that are photoshopped and that makes a person want to maintain a “perfect body” that would get teens to think that they need to hit the gym to look like the models. This will disorder people thoughts and feelings about themselves. Teenagers tends to look at the bad side of them and not look at the good

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