SCIENTISTS have discovered a staggering timeline on what happens to our bodies when we don’t log into Facebook for a while.
The timeline thought to be taken in as little as two days, tracks the behaviour of our minds and internal organs during our time offline and without access to Facebook.
The study, carried out by a team of scientific experts who specialize in social media withdrawal symptoms, discovered an alarming state of characteristics and rapid change to our internal organs.
That moment when you don’t know what’s happening on Facebook and you are curious as to what all your friends are posting and commenting on. Facial muscles contort slightly after a couple of hours.
That moment begins to creep in when you just simply sit and stare and wonder what everyone else’s is up to on Facebook. Curiosity slips in after a few hours where the heart begins to function differently. There are slight palpitations but the body is so consumed with thinking about Facebook without you that your body doesn’t fully react properly.
You refuse to be persuaded to log in. The mind’s thinking patterns begin to shift slightly, leaving you with a slightly numbing sensation to the left-side of the brain. This can explain the silly faces you might pull every few minutes.
The body begins to develop a strong tendency to deny you are either concerned or worried. Twitching is common but you still have enough thinking capacity to make it look like you are winking. This is common when away from Facebook for almost half-a-day.
Not many people survive one full day off Facebook. This is the part when both the mind and the body begins to crumble in unison. Minute-by-minute the nerves and muscle tissue react to withdrawal symptoms. Pain is also common and frequent. Especially when you hear about a rumour on Facebook but you can’t do anything about it because you are not logged in.
So far not one single human being has survived two full days away from Facebook. The body shudders before the mind’s mental capacity begins to crack under the strain. The end is quite close where the body endures lots of pain and suffering before crumbling into a heap.
Rapidly the body decays at an alarming rate synonymous with someone who has been away from Facebook for two days. The body’s flesh disintegrates leaving nothing but skeletal remains.