Have you given up activities (e.g., hobbies, sports, dating, exercise) that you once enjoyed?
Do others complain that you spend too much time online?
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“Mum, I have gone to hospital for a while,” it read. I will definitely come back this evening." By then, her son, who was identified only as "Little Wang" had already smuggled a kitchen knife from their home and snuck out.This is one of the most frequently asked questions about internet addiction. However, it should be noted that the DSM-IV was published in 1994 - a time when the internet was not nearly as accessible to the general population as it is now.Some mental health professionals believe that compulsive internet and computer use will be mentioned when the DSM-V is released.Others argue against this inclusion and do not believe that internet, computer, or excessive gaming behaviors are true addictions.Occasionally, people believe that there is a specific "cut-off" for tech-addiction (internet, computer, video games).Rather, it's how the time is spent, and whether it has a negative impact on your relationships, work, play, health or school.