The study was conducted in 45 countries.
Irish teenagers are among the least satisfied with life compared to their counterparts in 45 countries.
According to research from the World Health Organisation, which looked at the health, behaviour and wellbeing of 11, 13 and 15-year-olds, Irish teens rank highly when it comes to avoiding things like sugary drinks, smoking and drinking alcohol.
But it found Irish teens rank among the top ten internationally for rates of cyber bullying.
Birr Psychotherapist and author of Cotton Wool Kids Stella O'Malley says Ireland's uptake in the use of social media is having a lasting impact: