Yeah, absolutely. People aren't supposed to live this way. It's terrible for your brain. Between the Facebook Papers and the legitimate mental illnesses that have been directly attributed to TikTok and Tumblr, it's pretty clear that people have been over saturated with positive stimuli. From what I've read, and from personal experience, there are few different ways to overcome this. You can become conscious of it, identify it when you encounter it, and compartmentalize it appropriately (this works for me.) You can utilize cognitive behavioral therapy to avoid the ill effects of constant positive stimuli in the same way that drug addicts do. Or, you deliberately create periods of negative stimuli by purposely removing yourself from the flow of information by unplugging.