In today’s digital age, screen addiction has become a pervasive issue, pulling us away from the real world into the digital one. At Manpravah Hypnoclinic, we understand the challenges of screen addiction and are here to help you regain control over your life and find balance.
Symptoms of Screen Addiction
Excessive Screen Time
Spending an inordinate amount of time on digital devices, often to the detriment of other responsibilities.
Failing to meet work, school, or household obligations due to excessive screen use.
Physical Health Issues
Developing physical problems like eyestrain, headaches, and disrupted sleep patterns.
Experiencing restlessness, irritability, or anxiety when attempting to reduce screen time.
Withdrawing from in-person social interactions in favor of online interactions.
Feeling irritable, anxious, or depressed when not using digital devices.
Therapies used to overcome Screen Addiction
A structured plan to gradually reduce screen time, reintroducing healthier digital habits.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Identifying and challenging the thoughts and behaviors that perpetuate screen addiction.
Techniques to enhance awareness of screen usage and its impact on well-being.
Involving family members to create a supportive environment for reducing screen time.
Implementing strategies to replace screen time with healthier activities and rewards.
Plan For Your Visit
Begin your journey with a thorough consultation where we’ll understand your needs and goals.
Personalized Treatment Plan
Experience a roadmap designed just for you, outlining therapies, session frequencies, and timelines, ensuring effective and targeted healing.
Transformation and Progress
See positive shifts as our therapists adapt your treatment plan, fostering collaboration and guiding you towards lasting holistic well-being.
FAQ | Screen Addiction
Can screen addiction affect physical health?
Yes, excessive screen time can lead to physical health issues such as eyestrain, headaches, and poor posture.
How can I know if my screen time is excessive?
Excessive screen time is often associated with neglecting responsibilities, withdrawing from social activities, and experiencing withdrawal symptoms.
Is screen addiction a real problem?
Yes, screen addiction is a recognized issue with negative consequences for physical and mental health.
Can screen addiction be treated?
Yes, with the right therapy and support, individuals can reduce screen addiction and regain a balanced life.
How long does it take to overcome screen addiction?
The duration of recovery varies, but with commitment and the right strategies, progress can be made within weeks to months.