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Too much time spent on phone
Hi, I am currently spending a lot of time on my phone. By a lot I mean almost any time in the day it is possible. I go to office and the first thing I do is play online on my phone. While driving I listen to the episodes in Netflix. If I am having dinner alone then a again I would watch something and I'm waiting for the evening to be over so that I can play on my phone and no matter how hard I think to not go beyond a certain point say 12 pm, I cannot stop and mostly it happens that the battery dies out and then I sleep. I have deleted and reinstalled this game multiple times and now I just cannot stop playing it. It is on my mind all day long and I can't wait to start playing it again. Can someone please help me out.
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You need to take a leave for three weeks and do a Kerala panchakarma at kerala itself at an authentic centre.
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Hi dear divert yourself to more positive activities like sports, yoga, ur hobbies, etc Also don't remain  lonely most of the times Try to spend time outdoors and with family You can easily take an online consultation for further treatment guidance
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This problem is due to the mobile addiction.
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consult a psychiatrist. for complete cure.
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for any further query and complaint with full history and report for complete cure consult me online.
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You need to visit our Clinic for counselling
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Hi It  is  new  disease  of  new  generation Called  Gaming  disorder And  has  beed  classified in separate  classification of ICD-11. So... You  need  to visit  psychologist. Try  to  do  different  things Try to find  out  your  hobby. Spend  time  in it.
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Two things you need to think. Why I am unable to leave this. Is this addiction without cause or some other factor stress etc pushing me towards it. And how I am affected by this. How much it is harming me say in terms of time loss risk involved distraction from other things of life
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One way of coming out is complete digital detox where you put away all gadgets for some time and engage yourself in healthy positive activities.  If this does not help then meet psychologist for detailed analysis and remedial steps.
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Here dedication needed and counselling. U can chat online so can guide you towards it. It’s like obsessive towards digital.
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Hi. You know that what's wrong. You need to control it by yourself otherwise  psychiatrist will start tablets which will harm you in future .
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best solution logout all the accounts & stop using smart phone get basic phone for call .
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