Watching too much news can lead to serious mental and physical health problems, study finds
A new study has found that people who watch too much news can suffer from serious mental and physical health problems.
From the global pandemic of the coronavirus to monkey pox, to school shootings and forest fires.
from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to the nationwide devastation caused by floods.
the news is on the news on television screens today.
there is nothing to be seen except destruction. A new study has found that more than 16% of people who habitually watch news in such a situation may suffer.
serious physical and mental health problems.
Brian McLaughlin, associate professor of advertising at the University of Texas Tech University’s College of Media and Communication.
author of the study, says that people who think about constant news may have more negative effects on their health than they think. can do
Brian McLaughlin also says that even if this intense stress causes chronic inflammation, it can have negative effects on a person’s physical health.
Brian McLaughlin says that it is beneficial to be aware of the things around you, but if the news starts to cause you stress, then one should leave it and focus on one’s feelings.