#6 They Spend at Least Four Hours a Day on Social Media, Ignoring a Real Social Life
It has been argued in the past that just because someone spends a majority of time online doesn’t necessarily make them antisocial. While child health experts agree that the use of social media with children under 13 is deleterious and has been linked to depression in youngsters, a UNICEF report stated that “some social media is actually good.”
Did you know that in 2015 the average teen spent nine hours a day on social media? Teen health experts recommend less than two hours a day to avoid anxiety.