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Go Settings/Apps/Twitter Uncheck "Show Notifications" under the "Force Stop" button.
First, it's not your account that is slowing down your smart phone, it's the app itself (don't worry, even I had the same problem). Your phone is probably weak or you are running too much of apps and processes at the same time, saving less resources for facebook. So, to answer your qustion: No, your account will not be deleted if you force stop facebook ...
Note: Applicable for any Android app which doesn't work in the way it should... Probably Show notifications (in app manager) for Messaging app might have been disabled. To enable it again just navigate to Settings>Apps>All apps>Messaging and enable Show notifications. If the problem still persists try --- Clear data and Clear cache on the same page. ...
Usually apps that serve notifications provide their own ways of controlling them. You will need to open each app that you want to stop notifications from, open their settings, and look for notifications. There you will have many options including changing the ringtone, frequency, and even turning them off completely. For example in Gmail app: Tap on ...
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