Since entering the era of network office communication, high efficiency and fast pace have become the main characteristics of modern office. Computers have reduced the burden on people's physical strength, but also increased the burden on people's psychology. Many people who have been exposed to computers for a long time exhibit a sub healthy state of mind and body - premature aging syndrome.
Experts once feared that prolonged use of computers could cause "psychological death". What is "psychological death"? Will prolonged use of computers cause "psychological death"?
Using multiple computers is prone to anxiety and depression
According to the latest statistics, among the more than 200 million Internet users worldwide, about 11.4 million people suffer from some form of online psychological disorder, accounting for about 6% of the total number of Internet users. The age of onset of cyber psychosis is between 15 and 45 years old, with males accounting for 98.5% of the total number of patients and females accounting for 1.5%.
There is a certain overlap between the categories of "psychological death (premature aging)" and "network psychological disorders" mentioned here. Research has found that people who use computers for a long time are more likely to suffer from psychological diseases such as anxiety, depression, and obsessive compulsive disorder than normal people. "Using too many computers is indeed prone to multiple emotional disorders." Experts point out that the so-called "psychological death (premature aging)" is closely related to Internet addiction, and there are similarities between the two.