6% of people around the world are Internet-addicted. These are data of a research of the University of Hong Kong. While, according to UN data, only 2% of people have gambling addiction and about 3-6% of people take illegal substances.
What will be your reaction when a new message notification pops up on your phone?
How often do you use the Internet in the morning and before going to bed?
Do you use the Internet when you spend time with your friends?
Can you refrain from using the Internet for one week?
I doubt it
Are you kidding? This is impossible
You've just made a selfie. What will you do next?
Turn the phone off
Start thinking about hashtags
Share the photo on the Internet
Send the photo to your friends
You forgot to pay the Internet and have been offline for a whole 15 minutes. Your reaction?
You're completely calm
How do you prefer to talk to your close ones?
Via the Internet
Do you often get distracted with social media at work?
What do you think how would your life be like without the Internet?
Like a holiday
Like the end of the world
What will you do if a waitress refuses to tell you Wi-Fi password in a cafe?
I'll start a mass fight
You'll surprise, but take a hold on yourself
How much time do you spend on the Internet everyday?
more than 5 hours
about 3 hours
about 1 hour
Your friend asks you to share your precious Internet connection. Your reaction?
I'll declare war
I'll run away
Of course, you'll do it
Unfortunately, you have small Internet addiction.
Don't worry, there are several ways, which can help you to get rid of it. Try to limit time on the computer. Don't turn in on unless necessary.Rather than using social media and messengers, you can call a person or meet face to face.Find a new passion not related to the Internet. For example, join a sport club or dances.Make a list of reasons why you'll become happier without the Internet.Go out and pass time outside in a park instead of being on the Internet. The Internet is so big, so powerful and pointless that for some people it is a complete substitute for life.Andrew Brown
You have no Internet addiction
Well done! Despite the fact that the World-Wide Web became an integral element of human life and communication, you keep the balance between the real and virtual world. Internet addiction bypassed you. You're just a superhero =)