Studies have found that Facebook, Twitter and Google have become as addictive as drugs for many. Many people can’t live without visiting these sites daily.
“As like alcoholic people, who is always keen to take one more peg, internetoholic people go the same way”, says study.
According to the study, a full 53 per cent of 1,000 people surveyed reported feeling ‘upset’ when “deprived of Internet connection.”
“Giving up technology was considered by some to be as hard as quitting smoking or drinking,” said the research firm Intersperience about a new study of people deprived of their online habits.
The study also found that, 40 per cent of those people “feel lonely when not able to go online.”
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