Fed up with Facebook? Take a 5-day break: 'Vacations' from the scandal-hit site reduce people's stress levels (but also lower their sense of wellbeing)

Taking a five-day break from Facebook reduces people's stress levels, new research suggests.
Abstaining from the social-media site lowers the amount of the stress-hormone cortisol people produce, a study found.
Yet, the benefits may not be clear cut, with people reporting a reduced sense of wellbeing after not visiting the website for less than a week, with many being happy to check in again, the research adds.
Researchers believe quitting Facebook enables people to escape an overload of information but also cuts them off socially.  
They wrote: 'Our results suggest that the typical... read more

4 April 2018 in Science &Technology, Views: 33
Source: Daily Mail

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