Feeling discomgoogolated?



Do you feel stressed or anxious if you are unable to access the internet?

According to a survey, 44% of Britons suffer from discomgoogolation, with over a quarter admitting to rising stress levels when they are unable to go online. "The proliferation of high speed internet connections has meant for the first time in history we've entered a culture of instant answers," said Dr David Lewis, who identified discomgoogolation by measuring heart rates and brainwave activity.

The term comes from "discombobulate," which means to confuse or frustrate and Google.

"A galaxy of information is just a mouse click away and we have become addicted to the web," said Lewis.

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