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A Worrying State of Mind – Young People And Their Social Media Habits


New research has found that 1 in 5 of young people  will regularly wake up in the night to use their social media apps.

Research carried out by Professor Sally Power, co-director of (Cardiff) Wales Institute for Social and Economic Research, Data and Methods, looked at more than 900 students between the ages of 12 and 15 years old. They were asked to complete a poll  with regards to their social media habits during the night and their sleep.


Students were required to share information about their sleep times and waking patterns. In addition, they were asked on  how frequently they woke up during the evening to check on social media.

The results demonstrated that 1 in 5 students answered to – wake up “quite often” in order to log into their social media accounts, and the results also showed that this happened more with girls rather than boys.

Night time connection

Night time connection

These students were also three times more likely to always feeling drained at school in contrast to individuals who never log in during the evening or had a general wake up time every day.

The review  found a connection between continuously being drained at school and being less happy than other youngsters, proposing that going online in the middle of the night could influence a young person’s joy and prosperity.

These discoveries are a developing concern and past research on their evening utilization of web-based social networking show that, the reason for tiredness at school clarifies one of numerous reasons.

Likewise, a review distributed a year ago saw that among college understudies, an absence of rest is connected to a more elevated amount of online networking use, hence finding a direct association with an endless absence of rest to a terrible state of mind and  lower profitability by additional time spent checking Facebook.

Source: Star2


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