Signs Social Media Is Impacting Your Mental Health

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What are the benefits of a cleanse?

We asked Hussain what positive changes she notices in clients when they take a break from social media. “I have noticed that when one limits their time on social media and takes a break from it, they remain more present with themselves and they ground themselves on the things that bring them self-fulfillment,” she says. “When they feel happy or sad, they go to a place of self-connection. Whether it is listening to music, reading new books, trying a new coffee shop, or going into nature to gain solitude, they find a way to release in a way that sits well for them. It also allows them to connect more with their family, friends, and even partner. This is a healthier way to build connection in a meaningful way.”

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