Category Archives: Psychiatry

Computer Use Addiction

Computer Use Induces the Excessive Production of Dopamine Creating the Same Addictive Condition as Alcohol and Psychedelic Drugs Many people may suspect that they and other computer users they know are excessive users of computer devices such as laptops, desktops, cell phones, iPads, iPhones, video games and so on. Many people find they feel a need to constantly be on one computer device or the other especially those that enable online access even when they do not have to. This is a sign of computer Read More +

The Silent, Ignored Global Epidemic – Part III of a Three Part Article

The Real Threat that Computer Related Health Conditions Pose to Our Global Economy and Civilization Continued from Part II… I have been writing about computer related health conditions being the silent, ignored global epidemic. Please read on from where we left off in part II Some people erroneously think they can cope with the issues they have because they go to bed and wake up refreshed the next day. The body will always try to cope until it can no longer do so and then Read More +

The Silent, Ignored Global Epidemic – Part II of a Three Part Article

The Real Threat that Computer Related Health Conditions Pose to Our Global Economy and Civilization Continued from Part I… I have been writing about computer related health conditions being the silent, ignored global epidemic. Please read on from where we left off in Part I When we add the effect of alcohol consumption and smoking as many do when on the computer, and afterward throughout the day, it makes sense that we are ignorant of the fact that our body is telling us its stress Read More +

The Silent, Ignored Global Epidemic – Part I of a Three Part Article

The Real Threat that Computer Related Health Conditions Pose to Our Global Economy and Civilization Most people privately acknowledge that computer related health issues affect everyone but no one takes them seriously. In public no one want to touch the topic because of a mistaken fear that it will lead to many people not using the computer and affect our economy. The truth is that it is not acknowledging there is a problem and learning how to minimize it so it does not become devastating Read More +