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WhatsApp Is Good For Health, Researchers Find

It is a common practice to say that spending time on mobile and social media is not good for health and it will affect the personality as well as the character of an individual. The tech giants like Google and Facebook developed a new feature to limit the usage of mobile as well as social media.

However, today we got a piece of information which will delight the social media bees. Researches find new information about human psychology says that the instant messaging application WhatsApp is good for health.

The study, titled ‘Psychosocial Outcomes Associated with Engagement with Online Chat Systems’, found that spending more time on WhatsApp in every day, will reduce the feeling of loneliness and the higher their self-esteem as a result of feeling closer to friends and family.

“There’s lots of debate about whether spending time on social media is bad for our well-being but we’ve found it might not be as bad as we think. The more time people spent on WhatsApp, the more this related to them feeling close to their friends and family and they perceived these relationships to be good quality,” said Linda Kaye, Professor at Edge Hill University.

So, now you guys can able to chat with you near and dear ones without any tension of your health because it will improve your psychological side. And as the study says it will help you to avoid the loneliness feeling and keep help you to stay connected with your loved ones.

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