1.It is the physical and psychological well being in a digital technological world.
- 2.The physical issues
- Eye strains – This is an irritating syndrome of which has an impact on other areas as well as the affected one, is the eyestrain. two types are Computer Vision Syndrome and the symptoms are *Blurred vision; Double vision; Dry, red eyes; Eye irritation; Headaches . Digital Eye Strain/ Eye Fatigue symptoms are as followers Intermittent blurred vision when viewing your screen or device; Blurred distance vision when looking away from your screen or devices.
- Obesity- McDonald’s has been in the spotlight in the past few years for contributing toward obesity. However, fast foods are not the only cause for obesity; sitting for extended periods of time and lack of exercise are just as much contributing factors.
3. Psychological Issues
- Not all of the effects are physical; in fact, some of the most devastating effects are in fact not physical in nature, but rather psychological.
- They are harder to identify. They are often misdiagnosed,. People’s lack of understanding of the severity of untreated disorders; 5. Chemical treatments often have physical side effects .
4 The internet addition disorder is very negative and bad when coming to the brain well being.the following symptoms are Craving more time on the computer and Internet; Neglecting friends and family; Feeling restless when not engaged in the activity; Being dishonest with others; Computer use interfering with job/ school performance; Feeling guilty, ashamed, anxious or depressed as a result of this behavior; Changes in sleep patterns; Physical changes such as weight gain or loss, backaches .
5.They are both related we coming to the psychological issues as being bullied on sing the internet . have great impact on peoples lives in which have and will affect their lives negative .
6.the cyber bulling is a bad factor on the societies and people who live in it . because it has negative consequences on the victims .
7.The profile of a cyberbully (a minor who uses technology as a weapon to intentionally threaten or hurt another minor) looks much like the profile of a schoolyard bully. A cyberbully: https://www.sharecare.com/health/teen-perspective-bullying/what-characteristics-of-typical-cyberbully .
- Is easily angered
- Is obsessed with explosives or weapons
- Is obsessed with violent games, TV, or literature
- Has parents who enable behavior by either inaction or encouragement
- Has no remorse for his or her actions
- Has tendencies to “not care about schoolwork” and has grades that are lower than they should be
- Blames others
- Has deep depression with extreme mood swings
- Has high frustration levels and poor coping skills .
8.The differences between online and offline stalking: Offline stalking generally requires the victim to be in the same geographical region as the stalker, whereas cyber stalkers can be located anywhere – from across the road to another part of the country; Electronic communications make it easier for the cyber stalker to engage with, and encourage, other people to harass or threaten the victim; Electronic communications lower the barriers to harassment and threats, as the stalker does not need to physically confront the victim (College of Liberal Arts, .
The similarities between online and offline stalking are: Stalking tends to be from someone the victim was intimate with previously, although stranger stalking does occur; The victims tend to be female with the stalker being male; Stalkers tend to be motivated by the desire to control the victim.
- History of domestic violence
- Inability to cope with rejection
- Obsessive, controlling, and compulsive
- Suffering from delusions or a severe mental illness that interferes with perception of reality
- Manipulative behaviors
- Sexually maladaptive behaviors
- Relationship: These stalkers tend to stalk previous partners and desire a relationship with the person. In some cases, the stalker in this category may desire a relationship with an acquaintance. Individuals who fit the stalker description and has had negative relationships in the past, often meet criteria for a personality disorder such as narcissistic personality disorder, antisocial personality disorder or sociopathy (i.e., a sociopath), or dependent personality disorder.
- Obsessed: This type of individual constantly thinks about the person they idolize. They might create a “mental life” involving the person and have a hard time imagining life without the person. You may have heard of the term erotomania which describes a delusion in which the person believes that someone, usually of a higher social status (celebrity, powerful person, etc.) is in love with him or her. It is likely that someone suffering from schizophrenia may fall prey to the erotomanic delusion.
- Rejected: Many stalkers have a history of challenging relationships and difficulty communicating with others. Some stalkers, especially if female, may meet criteria for borderline personality disorder in which rejection is often very difficult to cope with. This does not, however, describe all individuals with borderline personality disorder. However, it is likely that some individuals with this diagnosis could become a stalker due to a history of stormy relationships, roller coaster emotions, and unstable love affairs. http://blogs.psychcentral.com/caregivers/2014/09/characteristics-of-the-stalker-know-what-to-look-for/ .
- 11 Kids from an early age should be taught about the dangers of the Internet to their health, well being and safety. They should be taught to look out for the various symptoms and signs of anything that can threaten them, hurt them or in any way affect their well being. This means addressing the subject in schools, universities and so on.The interesting aspect is that we are in the stage of generational adoption, where we have users of digital technology that did not grow up with the Internet or the connectivity it provides. Therefore, education and technology need to also address the issues that adults may experience. Provide them with the training and the means with which they can protect themselves, their health, well being and general safety.