Tweet min read Tweet Enroll Now for Free December 1, 2012 Share Click to Enlarge (+) Share This story originally appeared on PR Daily That’s the question Insurance.com explores in an infographic. The answer is a depressing, “Probably.”A couple highlights that speak to this slow decline in health: As many as 10 percent of us are addicted to the internet. Some internet addicts saw up to 20 percent brain shrinkage. Internet overuse can be linked to eye strain and bad posture. It also causes sleep deprivation, provides a forum for bullying and is a conduit for relationship stress.So keep it up, internet lovers — but keep it up safely, if you would. Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now We all suspect that the internet is rotting us to the very core of our souls. But is it bad for our physical health as well? This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience.