Social media addiction is a condition in which a person becomes physically and psychologically dependent on social media platforms and usage. Social media addiction can lead to changes in behavior and mental health, including anxiety, depression, and decreased productivity. Treatment options for social media addiction may include cognitive-behavioral therapy and support groups, as well as developing strategies for limiting social media use and engaging in healthy activities. Prevention strategies include setting limits on social media usage, seeking professional help for underlying psychological or relationship issues, and engaging in activities that promote social interaction and physical activity. Addressing social media addiction is important for promoting overall health and wellbeing in the digital age.