The Effects Of Technology On Mental And Emotional Status

Technology On Mental And Emotional Status
Technology can be both good and bad. It improves our lives in many ways, while also making some things more difficult. Mental health technology has grown quite a bit in the last few years, but what are the effects of this new technology on mental and emotional states? To answer this question, I need to provide information on how mental health technology works, along with the advantages and disadvantages of it being used in clinical practice. A deeper analysis of the pros and cons of using mental health technology will allow us to see its effects on mental and emotional status.

1) Technology Is Taking Over Our Society

With advances in technology, more people are finding it easier to stay connected to others through social media, texting, and other devices. However, many experts warn that excessive use of these tools can harm your mental and emotional health. The constant updates and notifications from your computer, tablet or phone may seem harmless, but could actually be causing damage to your relationship with others and even negatively impacting your physical health as well. If you're struggling with anxiety or depression caused by technology overload, here are a few tips to help you take control: Remove yourself from social media: You don't have to shut down all of your accounts entirely; instead, go underground for a while until you feel better about using them again.

2) How Does Technology Affect Us Mentally?

In 2016 alone, 1.77 billion people were active social media users. This is about one-fourth of all Internet users and accounts for almost double the amount from 2010. If you're one of those Internet users, it's likely that you've asked yourself a question similar to that at some point: how does technology affect us mentally? Well, a lot of researchers have their own answers to that question, but they all agree on one thing: there's no way to know what's going on inside our brains if we continue to use technology as much as we do now.

3) Consequences

Our society is much more connected today, but also a lot more disconnected as well. I look at people all day long with their faces buried in a device of some sort, whether it be a smartphone or tablet. It's hard not to look around and see how many people are glued to their devices because almost every single person I see has one in their hand or pocket. I feel like I’m watching my family members and friends move backward, away from social skills by simply swiping a screen. If you think about it, every time someone looks down at their phone to send a text instead of talking to you – they have essentially just told you that your emotional status doesn't matter to them... at least for that moment.


Technology impacts a lot of our day-to-day lives. While new innovations are popping up all around us, we often don’t think about how these changes affect our mental and emotional status. Many people may feel that new technologies, such as virtual reality, can be isolating and harmful to relationships. However, some studies have shown that new technologies can also improve one’s mental health by helping people deal with anxiety or depression.



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