56% of social networking users are suffering from AIDS, “the fear of losing something”




Research study revealed that more than half of social networking site users are suffering from AIDS, “the fear of losing something,” Fear of Missing Out known (FOMO).

The study showed that the location of My Life, that some 56% of social media users feel that something lacked when away from their accounts on those social sites, making them eager to have access to those sites.

The study said that 27% of social networking site users who explore their accounts at those sites immediately after waking to find out what they missed during their sleep.

The study indicated that 35% of users spend more than 30 minutes a day on social networking websites and email messages contained in the survey and answered.

The site was explored in 2084 user of social networking sites in the United States who are over the age of 18.

42% of those who said in the study that they have accounts on more than one social network, of whom 61% ages between 18 and 34 years old.

The study stressed that there is a willingness on the part of a number of users away from their accounts on social networking sites, with some 24% of those polled wished not to see their accounts on social networks for a period of time, of whom 31% ages between 18 and 34 years old.

Finds 41% who want to get away from some time on social accounts that nothing new is happening on those sites to continuing access to them, with 32 percent of them believe they spend too much time on these networks so they must take leave away.

The previous American study conducted by booth College of business at the University of Chicago said that social media addiction is stronger than alcohol, drugs and smoking.
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