There are many factors contributing to your experience with your computer and the net. One of things I've found is there's a lack of engaging positive portals outside of the obvious social hubs such as Facebook that allow you, the people, to engage in the entertaining interactions with virtual and physical friends. Isn't that something? That the idea of a virtual friend is more than just a thought but an actual reality. One of things we have to be careful of is not to forget we as people need physical interaction, it's what makes us human. Whether you pick up the phone instead of text messaging or set a coffee date instead of just chatting online, creating a balance in your life with your digital and non digital life, in my opinion, is very important.
Balance is key component especially when thinking about how much time the average person spends on the computer and the internet. Do you ever think about how much time you are sitting down each day while at the computer? Do you ever think to take a break or move your body out those sedentary positions? I think as internet goers, enthusiasts, social butterflies, it's easy to let the time pass without thinking about your health. Thankfully, there are tools you can utilize to help you stay healthy while doing all of the things you like to do when you're surfing the web. Take the time and use them, it can only help you.