How to lose your smartphone addiction

How to lose your smartphone addiction

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In “How to lose your SmartPhone addiction” Timm Hogerzeil will guide you through understanding if you are an addict, why you became one and how to loose your addiction. The same dynamics of a smartphone also applies to Facebook or many online computer games.

The digital addiction has entered so strongly into our lives that not many can still see how it corrupts our social behaviour and interaction, steels our time and our ability to think and judge on common topics.

This book will help you lose your addiction by understanding what is happeing to you and how to find back what you have lost.

Are you a smartphone addict?

Admitting you have a problem is the first step to recovery.
“How can smartphones be addictive? Smartphones are fun, useful, they give me something to do when I’m bored! … but addictive?”

Addiction? you think of alcohol, drugs or perhaps even food or gambling?

According to Psychology Today:

“Addiction is a condition that results when a person ingests a substance (alcohol, cocaine, nicotine) or engages in an activity (gambling) that can be pleasurable but the continued use of which becomes compulsive and interferes with ordinary life responsibilities, such as work or relationships, or health.”

Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders

prefers the term “dependence”, and goes through a list of symptoms that can be ascribed to many smartphone users:

Withdrawal symptoms, unsuccessful attempts to reduce the behaviour, significant time spent obtaining and thinking about the addictive object.

Still doesn’t sound like smartphones to you?

Indicators for smartphone addiction:

  • you check emails randomly throughout the day? … even when you are not in the office?
  • you reply to messages in the middle of the night?
  • you check Facebook more then twice a day?
  • you feel anxious and not in control when detached from your smartphone?
  • you use your smartphone while driving?
  • you use your smartphone during dinner or while in company, talking to a friend?
  • you feel like you could miss something? you check all channels in an impulsive, autopilot way?

You probably know if you are an addict or not. I can help you unplug from the digital syringe!

“How to loose your smartphone addiction” can help. I guaranty! 30 days full 100% money back guaranty.
It will help you:

  • boost your mood
  • improve your sleep
  • reduce depression or feeling empty
  • feel less lonely
  • push your career
  • improve your family social life

Leaving an addiction is normally very hard … for some people impossible.

How to loose your smartphone addiction” is a method that will work with your mind, not with your discipline.

The secret is to understand your mind!
In already a couple of days you will experience a difference!
Less smartphone time does miracles to your life.
You will remember how great your life was before you got hooked to your digital syringe

Once the seed is planted it will grow and grow … and without afford make you loose your interest in spending unnecessary time with your phone, tablet or computer.

You can dedicate your life to what you really want to dol.
Your are just one step away from regaining control over your life!

Many universities around the world have recognized this new addiction … the Los Angeles Times reports …
Nomophobic? It’s treatable, start with putting the phone down By Deborah Netburn

  • Do you start to panic if your cellphone isn’t nearby?
  • Does just the thought of losing your phone make your heart pound?
  • Do you keep an extra phone on hand, just in case your primary phone breaks?
  • Do you check your phone in the middle of the night?

If the answer to any of these questions is yes, than you may suffer from nomophobia (no-mobile-phone-phobia) — the fear of being without your phone.

The good news is that you are not alone. The better news is that it may be treatable.

… this article recommended group therapy at the time 19 September 2012.

I don’t believe in group therapy … not my style.
“How to loose your smartphone addictions” can help!

Stephanie M.

“I used to get panic attacks when realizing I left my phone at home. I would go back and even risk coming late for work or a date, just to have my phone with me. Leaving the house without it was impossible or absurd to consider.After reading this book I still take my phone with me … but if I forget it is also ok.
But most important, I am not using it anymore just to kill time!
I feel in control again and only use the phone when when I really need it”

Kai P.

“Before reading this book I could not resist to check my updates even when going to the movies, being on a date or meeting with friends. It felt ok as everybody was doing it.
When looking at Facebook I felt my life was less exciting then of my friends … they all had more fun parties and an overall better life then me.
Now I see their addiction and see how my friends have the same problem as I used to have.”

Valery S.

“I knew I had a problem, but who are you going to tell or ask? It felt like people will laugh at me, tell me it is ok, not to worry. But I know I had a problem. My smartphone took control over my life. I tried a couple of times to reduce it, take back control. I failed each time over and over again.

This book really made a difference! I still use my phone, but the phone is not using me!”

The most successful treatment on the market

If you are serious about ending your smartphone addiction, then act NOW!

You will instantly improve your life and regain control over your phone!

Buy now!

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