Have you ever given it a thought that excessive use of social media sites can cause major damage changes in our brains. Oxford University neuroscientist Susan Greenfield claims that more parents are finding their kids don’t communicate well and have difficulty concentrating away from their screens. It really makes a disturbing reading for the millions whose social lives depend on logging on to their favourite websites each day.

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The report suggests that:

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Sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Bebo are said to shorten attention spans, encourage instant gratification and make young people more self-centred.

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Though the primary target of the reports are young people, but I suppose this is the state for all who spend considerable amount of time over internet and social media sites.

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Recently, when I was being online for most of my day time, I did felt that my online activity is having its own course in my general behavior offline. So the main solution I came out with is Purposeful Activity. Now I spend most of my time over the internet for some purpose starting from basic networking with friends via SNS to blogging. Though I still didn’t couldn’t reduce the amount of time I used to spent every day (other than my day job) but I try to keep a check & balance between online usage and offline activities.

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BTW, have you been suffering from such dilemma before? So what are your experiences…

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