A recent study in Journal of Social Psychology reveals that people who quit Facebook for just 5 days experienced a drop in cortisol – a stress hormone that has been linked to the development and progression of cancer.
Quitting Facebook can lower your chances of getting cancer, according to an astonishing study published in the Journal of Social Psychology.
Researchers found that people who quit Facebook for just 5 days would experience a drop in cortisol – a stress hormone that has been linked to the development and progression of cancer.
“I have been a Facebook user for 10 years. I had talked to my co-authors about how I occasionally had to ‘quit’ Facebook from time to time because I found it overwhelming as the number of my friends grew,” said Eric Vanman, lead author of the study.
“We talked and realised that this was happening to them and their friends too. Whenever I would quit Facebook, I’d feel an immediate sense of relief that lasted for days. But then I would start feeling like I was missing out (FOMO!) and I would have to rejoin. The…
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