“There are people for whom an hour a day spent on social networks is a lot, but there are those who work in social networks, whose activities are directly related to gadgets, they spend most of their time behind a monitor screen or on a phone.

Is this a norm or a pathology?

The only question is how much it interferes with your life.

Gadgets have become an integral part of our lives.

They develop fine motor skills and the speed of reaction, decision-making, assimilation of information, ”the expert emphasized.

At the same time, the psychiatrist noted that a person may begin to feel unhappy due to the large share of internetization and virtualization of his life.

In addition, Dodica added that the user may feel dependent on social networks, a sense of inferiority, inferiority, envy.

“Therefore, if the gadget does not interfere with your life, then you can not worry, but if you feel that almost all of your free time is spent on the Internet, then, of course, you should always conduct mental hygiene from information.

That is, you must spend and clearly track the amount of your life spent ... and the amount of time you spend on social networks, ”concluded the interlocutor of RT.

Previously, the psychologist Khors gave recommendations on behavior in the event of panic attacks.