gave | Thursday, March 11, 2021 – 12:36 | Last Updated: 11 03 2021 – 12:36
Akdeniz University (AU) Faculty of Communication lecturer Ayşen Yalman stated that individuals spend 7 hours a day on the internet and said, “Just as loading more calories than they can burn to the body causes obesity, it is also possible to upload more information and notifications to the mind than it can use. “why is it happening?” he said.
DIFFERENT DIGITAL DISEASES APPEAR
Explaining that digital obesity causes some physical disorders by affecting health, Yalman said that being in front of the screen for a long time can cause muscle, skeletal pain, sleep disorders, eye diseases, psychological problems as well as digital diseases. Noting that these diseases are cyberhondric, choking monitoring, nomophobia and ego surfing, Yalman continued his words as follows:
THE WORLD IS COMBATING DIGITAL OBESITY
Stating that individuals spend 7 hours a day online, Yalman said, “This is a long time. In fact, everyone is a digital obesity candidate. We must protect ourselves from this situation. With the Covid 19 pandemic, watching digital content and the time spent on social media platforms has also increased. In fact, we lost our mental saturation point. For this reason, we are all digital obese candidates and the whole world is struggling with it today, “he said.
IT IS NOT CORRECT FOR AN INDIVIDUAL TO BE COMPLETELY AWAY FROM THE INTERNET
Emphasizing that it is wrong for the individual to distance himself from internet use and social media platforms, Yalman continued as follows:
Yalman stated that according to the ‘We Are Social 2021’ report, the number of internet users worldwide is 4.6 billion, and that people around the world spend about 7 hours a day on the internet, the most popular of the digital broadcasting platforms is more than 2300 movies and more than 1200 series. reminded me.