Study on Mental Health Status and Related Factors of Internet Addicts based on Subconscious Theory
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Jinling Qi, Yunhua Cao, Zhenhai Niu, Chengchong Li, Yingxin Yi, Zhenzhen Cai
Based on subconscious theory, Internet addiction is regarded as a mental sub-health state. The mechanism of Internet addiction is analyzed, and the principles of prevention and elimination are put forward. The purpose of this paper is to explore the mental health, social support, coping style and personality characteristics of Internet addicts. The social support scale (SSAS) was used to evaluate 65 research groups and 75 control groups. The total average score, somatization, interpersonal relationship, depression, anxiety and psychotic factors in the study group were significantly higher than those in the control group (P < 0.05). Social support scores, objective support, and utilization of social support were significantly lower than those of the control group (P < 0.05). The mental health status of collateral addicts is poor, the mental quality, neuroticism, and disguise tend to be obvious, lack of social support, and the use of immature coping styles in the face of stress. The principle of quit Internet addiction is to downplay the criteria for judging test, distract attention, cultivate a sense of accomplishment, enhance self-confidence, and adhere to heart-to-heart.
Subconscious theory, Internet addicts, Mental health