10. Eye fatigue

If you use your eyes well, your eyes will be hard. So if you focus on the computer screen for too long, it is not surprising that your eyes hurt. According to mayoclinic.com: “Although tired eyes can be scary, it is usually not serious and disappears when you close your eyes.”

9. Health problems / disasters

Some people tend to misunderstand or interpret the symptoms of pain. According to Wikipedia, “psychologists call it pain sensation (the tendency to think the worst when you feel pain).” According to the same source, health care is “the feeling that something is seriously wrong, less likely to be translated with the normal test and the deployment of health professionals”.

Thanks to all the scary medical information available on the internet (some of which are true), people who have never had anxiety or health problems. From experience, the internet can turn a hypochondriac boundary into a crazy city. Thanks to a search on the internet, sudden cases of night weapons can be nasal polyps or even diphtheria. We don’t say it for sure, but there is a way … happy dreams!

8. Headache


There are three different headaches associated with internet use:

Union Tensions Tension – The word “tension headache” is not misleading. This headache does not cause stress, but is often caused by a scar in the neck or in the eyes. According to mayoclinic.com “they can last up to 30 minutes a week.”

Daily headache – You have a headache more than half a day a month.

Head Stress Disorders – Obviously this is not the major stress that causes headaches. It was a bit annoying all day. So if you spend a lot of time on the internet, you may need to switch to a faster connection or switch to a new computer if you spend hours looking at the perspective of your computer screen while downloading or freezing information.

7. Illness of the disease

Poor posture causes back pain, especially when overweight, smoking or lack of exercise. I’m sure many people sit on a Pilates ball and have carrots digging, cracking or tweeting for hours every day – but if you’re the internet equivalent of a potato, you might want to cut cornflour and sit a little or whatever. ..

We limit this list if the author is looking for a Tylenole or two – his back will kill him!

6. Deep vein thrombosis (DVT)

If you have been on an airplane in recent years, you may have found information about deep vein thrombosis: it is “deep venous blood formation” (Wikipedia). Also known as “economy class syndrome”, air travelers who are immobile and dizzy are particularly affected by this blood type.

The main points here are poverty and water flow: if you are so immersed in your “second life” that you don’t remember when you last went out or drank a glass of water in this life, you are in danger. I have not found any internet-related DVT cases that have been written, but I still think it is in sixth place, because DVT blood may have been peeled off and end up in your lungs and kill you. Something like that!

So move your legs or try to type in for a change … oh no, wait, it hurts your back …

5. Munchausen syndrome

The internet offers endless chat rooms, online support groups and social networks where people can share their problems, ask for advice and empathize.

I was shocked to hear that some people are actually wrong illnesses or tragedies to get their attention. They pretend to be victims of rape, abuse, abuse and serious illness: a symptom of Munchausen’s syndrome. And, according to an article on the BBC News website, “the internet could encourage people to pretend to have a disease to get attention,” according to an American study.

In the same article cited above, an Alabama physician Feldman explains that people with this union can be treated as an “opportunity” to attract the attention of professionals working in a psychiatric setting. However, most patients do not want it, they want a serious illness and not a psychiatric illness “(news.bbc.co.uk).

4. Depression on Facebook

According to the Daily Mail, Facebook and other social networks make girls “more anxious and anxious”. Along with text messages and emails, teenagers can go to bed with these websites (a slogan to keep talking). According to the same article, “repeated conversations with young women, especially about romantic failures, have weakened their status and created negative emotions” (www.dailymail. Co.uk). These girls used to have problems like “My whiplash” or “Why didn’t you call?” Hours not followed and after entering their rooms.

These are the results of a study of 83 teenage girls at Stony Brook University (NY). One of the doctors, Dr. Davila offers this remedy for young people who keep talking about the same problem: “You can change the subject.”

Parents of teenagers around the world are now planning to send their daughters to Stony Brook University so that they too can learn to find obvious solutions to what everyone already knows. ,

3. Problems on the internet

Although it is said that anger on the internet itself can never be harmful to health, it can lead to the closure of the internet and possibly even violence. So when you evoke anger, you have to be careful.

According to Tim McDonald at www.newsfactor.com, one of the reasons for the problem on the internet is “excessive information overload.” He explains: “According to an independent study by WebTop, a web web index company, the huge amount of information on the web and slow access to it is a major concern.” He also reported on a study. “It turned out that 68 percent of the 200 people surveyed felt that the computer was more stressful than spending a week with their partner’s parents and 38 percent thought it was particularly stressful. They were more concerned with dealing with the public. to go with transport. ”

Internet Rage has proven itself everywhere, from the commentary section of a blog post to the headlines of your local news channel.

Browse through the comments below on a YouTube video, forum on someone’s website or blog and it won’t be long before you find a few bad words. Perhaps the anonymous nature of the internet encourages people to say what they really think. The worst thing is that it is offensive: your angry comment irritates others and decreases.

Please tell me this is not explained in the comment section of a blog if your therapist suggests that you “write your feelings.” If you can’t control yourself, limit yourself to websites such as justrage.com or mybiggestcomplaint.com that really want your hard words.

Some people say “help him” but I think we have the right to be scared and angry at their human behavior. This brings us all together, so stop sharing your negative feelings with other people!

And as such, you are not as slow as you think you want to stand in front of you

2. Fraud disorders (UL)

Disorders with a high deficiency include: stress strain syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, tendonitis (mainly hands / wrists), tendon inflammation, bursitis, joint damage (RSI) and thoracic exit syndrome. All diseases that can be associated with internet use.

RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) – the modern version of the cramp. You feel pain and tension when you ignore one of the arms (i.e. the arms). “The basis of the concept of disease is the idea that a device such as a computer keyboard can be abused … in a way that causes tissue damage, causes pain” (Wikipedia).

Thorax outlet syndrome – “The two groups of people most likely to develop HRT are people who have neck injuries in car accidents and people who use computers for long periods in non-ergonomic positions. Period” (Wikipedia).

The upper limb disorder is in second place on this list because of the overwhelming list of diseases they treat and the fact that I cannot make them fun (so they must be serious).

1. Internet addiction

This is number two for two main reasons: it certainly has the word internet in the title Pain and also because it is fatal in some cases.

The type of addiction also gets deeper: with the advent of the internet you can become dependent on almost everything, from writing to visiting chat rooms to shopping online and stopping games. Multiplayer, which users call “Heroinware”. (Www.infoniac.com).

It is also true that there are rehabilitation centers for treatment. In a New York Times article, Martin Fackler described the rehabilitation of internet addiction in South Korea: “Teachers must guide young people through military courses, counseling sessions, and therapeutic seminars on pots and drums.” Explain how serious internet addiction is in South Korea this has become a national problem because users are gradually getting tired after playing online games. The past few days … “


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