April 13, 2021
FOMO or “fear of missing out” is a reality that is becomes more and more common and can cause tremendous stress in your life. It can affect almost anyone, but some people are at a higher risk.
How to Explain FOMO?
Fear of Missing Out indulge a feeling of missing out something very important or big in life. Person suffering from FOMO live under a delusion that others are leading a happier life than them. They keep on comparing their lives with other such as job, business, promotion, family or even vacation.
What Are the Causes of FOMO?
Impact of FOMO
Research studies have shown that person suffering from FOMO take a stake on self happiness but constantly comparing self with others. If it is left unattended then it can trigger extreme Depression. It is always advisable to avoid social networking sites and if still experiencing constant unhappiness then consult a Therapist.
How to Cope with FOMO?
Although FOMO is highly related to the use of social media, it is important to remember that this is a very real and universal feeling for people of all ages, and everyone experiences a certain degree of FOMO at different times in their lives. When you feel that you are missing something, you can help connect with friends or take time to think about the things you are grateful for in your life. When we increase our sense of belonging, this can help us see things as the right things. And let go of the alarm, letting you know that something is “missing”.
Please contact Invictus Health Group. You can call our 24/7 help at 866-548-0190 to get more information about a psychiatric center near you. You can also chat with our admissions consultants to learn more about treatment plans and our network of mental health centers.