Want Better Mental Health? Then Choose YouTube ▶️
A study published by the Royal Society for Public Health looked at several different Social media platforms and tried to understand how using them impacted our mental health. 📌The result was that YouTube was the only platform that resulted in a net positive benefit for the user's mental health. Here is what I feel that makes YouTube different 🔹 I am not on YouTube to get continuous bite-sized dopamine hits, and the content on YouTube does not make me swipe to consume short content at lightning speed. 🔹 Good content on YouTube makes me think, internalize, pause, and appreciate. On the other hand, the study showed that Instagram and Snapchat were the platforms that had the most negative impact on our mental health.