Internet creates opportunity for development of a global community of mutually respected people. However, there is a series of ads distributed as: Dr Oz: “Miracle Pills Burn Fat Fast” which represents the human body in an ugliest (probably even artificially modified) way. The arrogance of these ads is so huge: Yahoo offers "only for less than $2" not to see the ads. Then, the ugly ads have been becoming a mean servers to ask for more money the customers not to see them. But other servers and companies just trouble the visitors with these ads and some online authors can see them even next to their articles, becoming co-advertisers.
Although ads help both sides – the side of the companies which advertise their products and the companies which publish the ads for benefits, there are consumers of Internet culture and ads like those of Dr. Oz only increase creation of preconditions for mental diseases, since such ads are annoying, irritating and anti-aesthetic. Gradually, because of their strong emotional effect the visitors begin to think about these ads as trouble makers that create a state of emotional stress and depression.
If one visits the site of Dr Oz, all is about green coffee beans and the chlorogenic acid which they include (in contrast to the roasted coffee). Why don’t Dr Oz's ads have positive message only – a nice figure with green coffee beans next to it? Showing positively only the results helps the consumer to remember the product and keep reproduction and development of positive emotions. As a matter of fact, is it really important whether one is fat or skinny for society (Internet is a social network!)? Does really society think that fatness is the ugliest thing in the world in way in which it is represented in the ads of Dr Oz? Thousands of years ago, the human sedentary culture created a cult of fatness as the endless number of prehistoric figurines show. All these figurines are naked and look even beautiful. However, Dr Oz’s ads decided to make all the world think that fatness is really something ugly; he decided to trouble everybody with his personal opinion using the ugliest ads ever distributed everywhere.
Mental health is most critical in 21st century. We need to acknowledge that if as a community we do not recognize how sensitive, fragile and easy damaging is mental health, we are at risk to become a society of close to 90% mentally sick people. The ads of Dr OZ are an irritating violence of the standard aesthetic culture of people, then, they are forms that damage mental health of people because they irritate the people and cause a state at the edge of depression, while gradually they may cause depression. This is very clear conclusions coming from the definition of irritability:
Almost everyone becomes irritable now and then. The reasons are almost without number. A headache, a bad night's sleep, an upcoming dentist appointment, an unexpected bill -- any stressor can bring it on. But when there is no apparent reason why the least little thing becomes an annoyance, and the mood persists for days or weeks, look for depression as the cause.
Gradually the ads of Dr OZ do not make you try the pills, but think that you will open the Internet and will see these ugly ads, which will destroy the beauty of all your day and make your day miserable, and you begin to feel depressed. Typically, people get frustrated and angry over small irritating things, that in turn increase the negative energy and turns to mental disease when a constant irritation begins to characterize somebody’s behavior. And the ads of Dr Oz exactly reproduce irritation and make people feel constant irritation which is considered a mental disease.
If we want to be a healthy global community, we need to be honest and we need to communicate positiveness. Dr Oz communicates with his ads irritating ugliness which is dangerous for the mental health of people. They can develop in some overweight people even borderline personality disorder
But who knows, you may like the ads of Dr Oz. If so, I am waiting for your comments below this article.
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