|（Department of Physical Education，Shijiazhuang College，Shijiazhuang 050035，China）
Abstract: The authors used internet addition diagnosis questionnaire to investigate students at Shijiazhuang Insti-tute, and selected 32 internet addicting female college students as their research subjects, in which 16 students who like badminton were selected to form the experiment group, while the remaining 16 students were selected to form the control group. Students in the experiment group were given an 8-week exercise prescription for intervention. Before and after exercise prescription intervention, the authors monitored the mental conditions of the research sub-jects by using a mental symptom diagnosis form, and revealed the following findings: after exercise prescription in-tervention, the internet addition evaluation score and various mental symptom diagnosis factors regarding students in the experiment group were all greatly lowered, and highly significantly different from the same regarding stu-dents in the control group (P＜0.01). Hence, exercises play an active role in helping internet addicting college stu-dents get rid of their internet addiction and gain healthy psychology.
Key words: exercise psychology；exercise prescription；internet addi ction；mental health；college student