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How to take a social media break in 15 steps

How to take a social media break in 15 steps
Time spent scrolling on social media flies by. Minutes turn into hours, and soon enough, you glance up at the time and wonder where it all went. This time warp can lead to an unhealthy relationship with social media. Enter the social media detox. According to Dr. Michele Kerulis, an associate professor with the Family Institute at Northwestern University, “a social media detox provides a psychological and a physiological rest and reset.” It can be a time to eliminate distractions and focus on what’s most important. Here are 15 steps to take to complete your own social media detox.

xml:space="preserve"> xml:space="preserve"> Time spent scrolling on social media flies by.This time warp can lead to an unhealthy relationship with social media.Enter the social media detox.Michele Kerulis, an associate professor with the Family Institute at Northwestern University, “a social media detox provides a psychological and a physiological rest and reset.

Here are 15 steps to take to complete your own social media detox.(Bianca Sanchez, The Active Times)

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