It is assumed that the number of Internet users has increased about 10-fold in the last 15 years. With the development of new technologies, the number of people addicted to them has increased significantly. New technologies have changed the way we function on a daily basis. This has resulted in new diagnostic and therapeutic challenges. While the presence of the Internet in everyday life is of inestimable value, it becomes a problem when online activity starts to have an overriding value. We then speak of addiction.