Experts said that eating disorders are linked to isolation and anxiety, and these symptoms increase during the pandemic process. Jillian Lambert, who works on eating disorders, emphasized that people’s routines at home have changed during the Covid-19 process, “Our environment is full of different foods and social media tools that tell us how to look and how to exercise during the pandemic process. That’s why we feel we have to achieve something, ”he said. It…"Pandemic increased risk of ‘eating disorders’"
Sharing the results of the research conducted at Glasgow University in England, Reyhan Açıkelli, President of Survivor Digital Media Marketing Agency, said, “One third of the respondents spend five hours or more on apps such as Instagram, WhatsApp and Facebook. “They delay their time and have difficulty waking up in the morning.” Making evaluations on the subject, Reyhan Açıkelli said, “More and more people are checking their phones before they go to sleep. This may…"Spending too much time on social media causes sleep disorders"