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Declared an official disorder in 1995 excessive computer use that interferes with daily life compulsive gambling, or shopping, are sometimes called net compulsions
Other habits such as reading, playing computer games, or watching a staggering amount of internet videos or movies are all troubling only to the extent that these activities interfere with normal life. between 5% and 10% of Web surfers suffer some form of Web dependency http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2KmcPWvSw8
Internet addicts suffer from emotional problems such as depression and anxiety-related disorders and often use the fantasy world of the Internet to psychologically escape unpleasant feelings or stressful situations. Over 60% of people seeking treatment for IAD claim involvement with sexual activities online which they consider inappropriate, such as excessive attention to pornography or involvement in explicit sexual conversations online. More than half are also addicted to alcohol, drugs, tobacco, or sex.
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