In today’s fast-paced digital world, the constant bombardment of information and social interactions can take a toll on our mental well-being. The phenomenon of OKANC, characterized by an overuse of knowledge, attention, networking, and communication, has become increasingly prevalent in society.

As we spend more time online, scrolling through social media feeds and consuming endless content, we may unknowingly subject ourselves to information overload and burnout. This constant state of connectivity can lead to feelings of anxiety, loneliness, and inadequacy as we compare ourselves to others online.

It is important to recognize the impact of OKANC on our mental health and take steps to mitigate its negative effects. Setting boundaries around technology use, practicing mindfulness, and engaging in offline activities can help us strike a healthier balance and protect our well-being in the digital age.

By being mindful of our online behaviors and taking proactive steps to prioritize our mental health, we can navigate the digital landscape with greater ease and resilience.#3#