My brother David has been dgx with ALS for a little more than a year. He showed signs of it for close to three years and no Doctor was able to figure out what was wrong, until my sister whom he had been living with kept trying to bring him to each doctor ---- finally found a doctor who recognized almost immediately that he had ALS. He has been taking medication that was made available to him only through a medical grant funding from those who have donated to the continuing research for a possible cure. He has slowed down in the progression, but without side affects. My hopes and prayers are that, you can also contact the Doctor for possible cure if you have ALS or any relative suffering for same disease here is their email healthmedlab AT gmail DOT com
Naturally, those addicted to the internet will not be able to resist your temptation to participate. Thus, all respondents may be internet addicts, and the responses that indicate low internet usage will be suspect.
Within Man's existence, the internet is a relatively new dynamic of communication. "Internet addiction" applies equally well to those seeking information for purposes of learning, as it does to belligerent disturbers (trolls) in "chat rooms". Accordingly, the term "internet addict" itself requires further refinement to distinguish those seeking to learn, from those who are disruptive to learning, for each may be an "internet addict" I am an internet addict, but only to the extent that I gain from the experience, when I do, I naturally want to read more. If anyone exists who wants to label me as "internet addict" because of my desire to learn, such people need to find better things to do than concern themselves with labeling others who merely find the screen an easier to use method than paper pages in a book.