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  • That depends on what you're doing. For an extreme counter example: what if you spend long hours on the computer teaching special needs children? That's certainly a worthy and productive use of your computer time. *** That being said: it's not particularly good for your eyes, and if you don't get regular exercise (whether or not you are "on the computer" instead of exercising), that's also not a good thing.
    • DancesWithWolves
      I see
  • if it achieves nothing at the end of the day its a waste of time.
    • DancesWithWolves
      I see
    • Linda Joy
      Lol this is an archaic view in my opinion. Many organizations are run online these days. Entire communities are served in a myriad of ways through the computer.
  • they say ya should look away often for ya eyes ,,and ya need to get up and walk around OFTEN... every 30 mins is good i think .. if ya sit all day and not move, ya get fat and old
    • DancesWithWolves
      Lmao
  • It's certainly not good for your eyes, and your body to stare and sit in one position for long periods. I'm for getting out into nature.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thank you
  • Not good for your eyes and you need to get some exercise.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thank you
  • If it's not beneficial such as for work purposes: spending too much time on the computer has mental and physical effects. It can lead to anxiety, sleeping disorders, depression, isolation and feelings of guilt.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for the comment
    • Linda Joy
      I guess for some that is true. My drs would disagree in my case. They think its good for social interaction since I don't get out much and live alone. And I don't feel at all guilty over it. Maybe its what they are DOING online that causes guilt.
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      Linda Joy, if you don't feel guilty about it, it could be caused by your age to not express guilt. The symptoms of dementia can vary and may include experiencing memory loss, poor judgment and confusion.
  • That depends on what you're doing online. I've transcribed photos of historic documents into a searchable database for family history purposes. I've watched my Church services online, Life hacks that I didn't know before (most of them I did though.) Done tons of research, kept in touch with family all over the country, And I even learned how to crochet a breast cancer awareness ribbon pattern that I've used to make scarves for survivors and the women's group at my Church. So I can see a lot of good in it.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your comment :)

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