With sites like Facebook, Twitter, Google, Wikipedia and Reddit, our days can slip away. It certainly doesn’t help when your job requires social media activity or a dependence on cloud services like Google. But is this an addiction? #Infographic
Nowadays, the Internet has become the most crucial part of our lives. It’s like one won’t be able to even survive without the internet. A few weeks back, I got to know from a friend that in a recent survey by TOI, people chose wifi over the electricity!!! People are just addicted to it and the scariest part is, a disease called “internet addiction disorder” now exists in the world. Here we listed the best fun things that you can do when you don't have the internet.
Psychological Effects Of Facebook (And Other Social Networks) | Cumulatively the effect is potent and hard to resist says Judith Donath Media Scholar at MIT. With Internet Addiction Disorder (IAD) now a recognized psychological diagnosis all over the world it is becoming increasingly clear to psychologists and psychiatrists that online interaction particularly via social networks has a powerful addiction factor. This infographic shares statistics on the effects of Facebook Psychology and…
"Internet Addiction Disorder (otherwise known as Facebookalitis) is set to become the big psychological disorder of the 21st century – and it seems we have mostly Facebook to thank for that. Thanks to the social media goliath, it seems that we are turning into a legion of junkies who salivate whenever we hear the sound [...]"
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