Many people have the habit of internalising their feelings. This means that they either don’t or are unable to express what they are feeling. Now researchers from Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health says that adolescents who spend 3 hours or more on social media may report high levels of internalising behaviour as compared to adolescents who do not use social media at all. DECODING INTERNALISING BEHAVIOUR Many people have the habit of bottling up their feelings. They do not realise that by doing so they are inadvertently harming themselves. This can lead to certain adverse health conditions.