1. If you wake up in the middle of the night, the first thing you think to do is check Facebook. Sometimes you might not even have a notification, you just fancy a scroll through your timeline.
2. Every morning, you religiously scroll through Twitter, Instagram and Facebook in case you've missed anything. You probably have an order you like doing it in.
3. Which means you've probably seen every post on your timeline within a 24 hour at any one time. Go on, admit it – you don't like missing a single Instagram post, do you?
4. You've been on Facebook on your laptop and gone on the app on your phone at the same time. ADMIT IT. YOU HAVE HAVEN'T YOU?
5. Facebook and Twitter are 100 per cent and unquestionably your most visited tabs. You've probably got them bookmarked.
6. You've reached the bottom of the infinite scroll homepage more than once. You're starting to see that 'Couldn't load tweets' bar at the bottom of someone's Twitter more than your own parents.
7. You're seriously good at social media stalking, and sometimes end up on your ex-boyfriend's sister's best friend's cousin's page on a Tuesday night just for fun. THIS IS YOUR CARDIO.
8. Your friends/parents/significant other shout at you for mindlessly scrolling through one of your many apps during a conversation. Most of the time, you're not really concentrating on either.
9. You stress out a bit every time there's a new update on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram because it might affect your updating and checking through the homepage methods. When Instagram became an algorithm, you had a minor breakdown.
10. You care about your profile picture more than you'd like to let on, and know when peak time is to share or post something.
11. If you're ever by yourself, whether waiting for a bus or if someone goes to the loo at dinner, your first port of call is to quickly check Facebook.
12. Sometimes you do it purely so you don't look like you're sat there like a lemon on your own. That's what you tell yourself, anyway.
13. You've been told that looking at a computer screen before bed is really bad for your eyes, and the few times you've tried not to do it, you've ended up on your phone anyway.
14. You've come to terms with the fact most of your data is wasted on social media because sometimes you're just too impatient to wait for a wifi zone.
15. Sometimes when you meet friends of friends it's really awkward because you don't know whether to ask them what their name is and how they are or tell them you hope their dad had a nice time in Prague in 2009. The photos on Facebook looked nice, anyway.
16. You're actually kind of disgusted at how accurate this has been and vow to hit your social media addiction on the head straight away.
Source: Cosmo UK