Since the start of the pandemic, Twitter's daily users have increased by 24%
Do you ever find yourself mindlessly trawling through social media posts? Obsessively looking up breaking news? Worrying over events that’re out of your control? Then you’re a victim of ‘doomscrolling’. Doomscrolling is the practice of obsessively scrolling through negative news online – something which ultimately leads to depression, anxiety, and poor morale. A rather recent phenomenon, doomscrolling has only intensified through the evolution of technology and the isolation of the pandemic, culminating in a mental health crisis – especially amongst employees.