Andre Drummond admits he has mental health issues: deleted all of his social media

Chicago Bulls center Andre Drummond has decided to step away from social media as he focuses on treating his mental health.

“Eliminating all my social apps will take over my Management, changing my number as well.” Andre Drummond said in a tweet. “Time to focus on my mental health. If you’re struggling with your mental health too, you’re not alone ๐Ÿ’™ it’s okay to ask for help.”.

Although social media has many uses, it can also be detrimental to one’s view of self and life, an idea that seems to have been recognized by Drummond when he made the decision to distance himself from his social media accounts.

Many experts have linked social media use to mental stress, so this step for Andre Drummond is in the right direction.

By Lawrence Robinson and Melinda Smith of

“Because it is a relatively new technology, there is little research to determine the long-term consequences, positive or negative, of social media use. However, numerous studies have found a strong link between social media and an increased risk of depression, anxiety, loneliness, self-harm and even suicidal thoughts.”

Following Andre Drummond’s tweet, many expressed their support for him.

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