As with seemingly anything, living constantly online with an MID (mobile Internet device) has effects on one's health, and generally negative effects for that matter. From the skin to the mind, online life takes a toll. Much of the problems that arise are due to choices of the user, such as where and when they are 'connected'.
Unlike some "theoretical problems" however, all the effects I have listed have been documented problems. What's more, the desirable effects of being social and in contact with friends often don't apply in the online world in the same way that they do with actual real-world face-to-face communications. It seems that being constantly online with an MID is more detrimental to one's health than it is beneficial.
- Being connected produces stress, especially in the area of work communications. Stress, as most know, is not good for one's health, but we won't get into that here.
- Small screens produce eyestrain. Actually, most co...