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Being addicted to taking selfies may cause a mental illness.


One man grew suicidal due to his addiction taking selfies. He would shoot about 200 pictures a day in an attempt to take the right selfie of himself and would spend up to 10 hours a day taking selfies.
His addiction to taking selfies caused him to dramatically lose weight, in addition to him trying to commit suicide.
His parents are both mental health professionals and say that they believe there is a huge lack of understanding about how risky electronic gadgets and social media can be for users.

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