Experts suggest ways to correct habits that keep us from resting well
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(Sorry about my english. I'm Brazilian)
In my study about social media and the correlation with subjective well-being, We found that the people who spend more time in social media (facebook, instagram and others), have a less score on the subjective well-being questionnaire.
We found too the time in social media have a negative correlation with positive fellings and a positive correlation with a negative fellings, in other words, The more you use social media more you have negative fellings and less you have a positive fellings.
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