There are tons of social media tools and apps to help people cut down on Facebook use.
We’ve covered the best social media tips for those who are still looking to reduce their Facebook usage.
But for those of us who have already moved away from the site for good, there’s one tool that may be able to help with the Facebook detox.
We’ve found that it works wonders for those struggling to get their Facebook account back in order, even if they’re not looking to take a step back.
A recent study by the University of North Carolina found that people who were using Facebook at least once a day had lower levels of cortisol and lower levels for stress and depression than those who were looking to curb Facebook use on their own.
Here are 10 tips to help you keep your Facebook account in order:1.
Stop using Facebook.
Don’t just keep using Facebook as long as you have access to it.
Take a few minutes to think about it, then remove it from your schedule.2.
Use apps and tools to help manage your social media use.
Facebook has its own app, and there are apps for both Windows and Android that will help you manage your time, your friends, and your friends’ profiles.3.
Find a friend or family member who is trying to get rid of Facebook.
If they’ve had the same problem you have, they may be an option to help.4.
Get some support for your social anxiety.
If you feel like you’re being told to stop by a trusted person who you don’t know, try using social anxiety or PTSD as a coping tool.
You can find support at www.shesforbearysfacebook.com.