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How Not to Get Addicted to Social Media Websites

From teenage students to homemakers, working professionals and retired individuals, social media is popular with people of all age groups. All one needs is access to internet and you're all set to connect with the people in your lives, share information & ideas as well as exchange news and views.

Social Media Websites are so popular, people can't get their eyes off them.

Smart phones have made it even easier to stay connected with friends, family, acquaintances and peers as they provide instant access to social media platforms and enable us to get on to our network and stay connected with the press of a single button.

There is no denying that social media has changed the way we communicate, share, create, and interact on the virtual plane, thanks to popular social media websites such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Google+, and Instagram, etc. But is this dependence and involvement with social media all good or is it going too far?

If you look around you, you will find a majority of individuals hooked on to their phones, Ipads or laptops, checking Twitter updates, adding new Facebook status updates, uploading latest pictures, etc. While travelling, in office, at a social function or at home with family, many of us have a constant need and desire to log on to our favourite social media websites just to read what others are talking about.

It is a known fact that a large number of persons of all age groups are either getting addicted to social media or are already addicted and hooked to social media, so much so that they spend a large part of their day on these websites. Many even end up compromising on their sleep and ignoring their work.

If you too fall in the above categories, here's what you can do to avoid getting addicted to social media -

 

 

1. Prioritise Your Work & Daily Routine: No matter what it is you do in life and irrespective of whether or not you go out to work, you must know the importance of prioritising your daily routine. Don't ignore your priorities in favour of surfing the net and wasting precious time, checking other people's status updates. Make a conscious effort to realize and understand the fact that the time wasted on Facebook, Twitter etc could be easily spent on acquiring new skills, improving your business, learning something new or spending quality time with your family.

2. Be Conscious About the Time you Spend on Social Media Websites: A lot of social media addicts waste considerable number of hours each day checking status updates on social media websites without even realising it. If you want to avoid getting addicted to social media, start keeping a tab on the actual time you spend on these websites. If you are conscious about the number of hours you are wasting everyday, you are bound to take steps to control such blatant wastage of precious time.

3. Finish Important Work First: Curb your desire to log in to your Facebook, Twitter or Instagram accounts, first thing in the morning. Instead, complete your important work first. If in-between you would like to take a short break, you can spend some time on social networks. This is a tried and tested method to avoid getting addicted to Social Media.

4. Block Social Media Websites at Work:

If you are finding it difficult to concentrate on your work and often find yourself checking your FB or Twitter account at work, you can take a step further and block these websites. If you can't access these websites, you won't be wasting your work hours on them!

Contributed By: Writer A @ Content Writer India

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