Over the years on the Internet, I have developed such an algorithm that is very helpful in working with information in social networks: I allow myself to subscribe to what interested me in content, without thinking about whether I have "a lot" or "little" will be in the tape, and generally not guided by anything other than his "lightning-fast" interest.
As a result, a feed is formed, which I leaf through every day.
Literally in a month I take all my subscriptions and delete everything that for this month either ceased to interest me, or disappointed, or wears degenerative and entertaining character, for example, communities in the spirit of "typical% of someone who is completely mad%" only inflames misanthropy, which already drains a lot of energy in everyday life. And no matter how much I wanted to mock someone, it's not worth it ... At one time, because of this, I refused to subscribe to "Overheard" - yes, fascinating, yes, sometimes interesting, but in fact - an empty flood, exhaust.
The feeling of background noise is practically zero by zero.
The only way is to gain an understanding of what you really want the most in the world. Understanding this will pose questions for you how to achieve this. Searches and tests of ways to achieve the secret will lead you to an understanding of what information you need and at what time. Gaining this understanding will solve all your problems, not just the problems with a growing avalanche of information from all over the world.