98.5% of men experience internet related psychological disorders while playing on the computer
With the popularization of computers, computer enthusiasts are everywhere, and the network psychological disorders that accompany computers have received widespread attention from psychologists and the medical community. Playing with computers causes psychological problems, which are caused by computer enthusiasts who spend a lot of time and energy chatting and browsing on the Internet without restraint, affecting work and rest, and experiencing various behavioral abnormalities in daily life, such as mood disorders, personality disorders, and partial dysfunction of the sympathetic nervous system. The typical symptoms of this disease include low mood, lack of pleasure or interest, sleep disorders, and biological clock disorders Loss of appetite and weight, insufficient energy, psychomotor delay and excitement, decreased self-evaluation and ability, delayed thinking with suicidal ideation, reduced social activity, excessive smoking, alcohol consumption, and substance abuse.
In the early stages of online psychological disorders, patients gradually feel the endless joy of surfing the internet, and the duration of surfing the internet continues to extend, resulting in a decline in memory. Some patients can't help but turn on their computers and "stroll" online when they wake up at night to relieve themselves. In the future, it develops into physical dependence, manifested as low mood, slow thinking, dizziness, trembling hands, fatigue, weakness, and loss of appetite after waking up every day. Only after going online can the mental state return to normal levels; Late stage patients experience weight loss unrelated to psychological factors, with a haggard appearance and continuous use of the internet for long periods of time every day. Once they stop using the internet, they may develop acute withdrawal syndrome and even resort to self harm or suicide, endangering personal and social security.
Once online psychological disorders occur, the main measures taken include encouraging patients to actively participate in social activities and gradually break away from trust in the internet. Antidepressants such as imipramine, doxepin, and psychotherapy can also be used for comprehensive treatment.
The onset age of cyber psychological disorder is between 15-45 years old, male patients account for 98.5% of the total number of patients, and female patients account for 4.5%. Single men aged 20-30 years old are vulnerable. According to Freud's psychoanalysis theory, the cause of cyber psychological disorder should be traced back to the lip stage. Babies obtain spiritual satisfaction through breastfeeding and retain memories and longing for the warmth, care, safety, and other beautiful feelings that represent maternal love, while patients regain this sense of satisfaction that seems to disappear from the end of the labial period but is hidden in their subconscious through online activities. As adults, they may experience setbacks such as job loss, social fear, and breakup. Indulge in the internet in search of liberation.