Internet Addiction part 2.

When A user searches for information on the internet about dating, entertainment in the city, employment, it is assumed that with intent to make these activities in the real world. Purchasing some items over the Internet is assumed to be delivered to our home threshold. We use Electronic mail to contact people we know or are hard to come by in the real world. However, as useful as these processes are, as much as they satisfy our needs, the Internet as a medium is focused on its use (sometimes exaggerated) and is moving away from the real world as such end users. The Ability to develop online romantic relationships or find more interesting people on the Internet than in the real world can lead to all the smaller contacts in the real world. Real friends are replaced by those on the Internet, which in most cases we do not know, and to maintain and acquire an increasing number of such friends for hours we remember in front of the computer in search, and communicating with them. The Ability of the Internet to meet various needs and associated with mass communication and interhuman channels undoubtedly makes fertile ground for its overuse. This in itself could lead to the conclusion that the Internet becomes a substitute for more and more activities from other spheres of human life. However, excessive use of the Internet as a medium does not necessarily mean addiction. Addictions are habits that start with a pleasant behavior, namely by seeking to satisfy on the Internet, and often responding to some negative impact from real life. Then This behavior becomes a goal only to itself, and leads to preoccupation with the same. In the case of the Internet, the user can experience chat rooms as entertainment initially, but with regular repetition of these activities, chat rooms can be an escape for a bad day. As time spent in internet chat rooms leads to problems in family, school or work, we have more “bad days” so we spend more and more time in chat rooms that are becoming an escape from personal problems. Undoubtedly, Internet addiction is one of the problems that need to be accessed like any other.
Internet Addiction is a term that encompasses a wide range of behaviors. So we have the following Internet dependencies:
a) Dependence on information seeking (information overload)
b) Dependence on online games
c) Dependence on online gambling
d) Dependence on writing and reading blogs
e) Dependence on discussions
f) Chat room Addiction
g) Dependence on social services
h) Addiction to pornography content
Many Internet users are not “Internet addicts”, but only use the Internet as a medium to satisfy their other addictions. It is Therefore necessary to distinguish between Internet dependence and Internet dependencies, which have already been listed.
Excessive Internet users are often called Internet addicts, pathological Internet users, computer addicts, online communication addicts and computer addicts. Each of these expressions reflects a different understanding of the excessive use of the Internet. The Most popular one is certainly “internet addiction”, but it inaccurately describes the phenomenon of excessive internet use.