Overcome Phone Addiction MRR Ebook

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Table of Contents

Introduction…… 6
What is Phone Addiction and How It Affects Us10
Short Term Memory Problems……..11
Getting Your Time Back…….14
Set aside one day a week to put your phone away..15
Turn on “do not disturb” while working, spending time with loved ones, or going to sleep……17
Why Are Phones So Addictive..20
Phone Addiction in the Digital Age 25
Why Cell Phones are Distracting….26
How Much Time You Spend on Your Phone…….. 28
Gaining Control Over Your Addiction….. 33
Starting New Hobbies…….. 34
Deleting Addictive Apps…38
Putting the Phone Away.. 40
Taking a Break…….. 44
Making Better Phone Habits….. 48
Helping Someone With Phone Addiction…… 53
Signs of Phone Addiction in Others……..55
Ways to Help…….. 56
Conclusion……. 59

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What is Phone Addiction and How It Affects Us

Phone addiction may sound silly to some readers who remember a time before smartphones and 5G internet, but it is a real and serious issue plaguing thousands of people every single day. Consider another term for phone addiction – this term is referred to as “nomophobia,” which is the fear of being without a mobile phone.

This type of addiction is a disorder that involves the compulsive overuse of mobile devices. These compulsive habits are typically quantified by the total amount of time that a person is online within an average day, as well as the total number of times a person accesses their phone. However, compulsive overuse is just one facet of phone addiction.

This type of addiction is typically supplemented by concurring internet addiction. This is when a person cannot control their urges and behaviors regarding computer use and the internet.

This can lead to someone suffering from psychological distress, as well as mental and physical impairment.

Worse yet, it is extremely easy for a modern-day person to become addicted to the internet. At the beginning of the internet revolution in the late twentieth century, the internet was relatively difficult to access – you had to be technologicallysavvy to successfully surf the web.

Nowadays, this process has been simplified and color-coded through social media and other apps. Rather than having to understand a computer programming language and perform a series of keystrokes, now with a click of a button and a swipe right you can access any kind of content you could imagine.

Plus, due to factors that will be discussed below, it is extremely easy to endlessly scroll and lost sense of time due to the ease of access.

Short Term Memory Problems

Short-term memory loss is when someone forgets something that was experienced recently.

This is something normal that happens as people age, but it can also be a sign of a deeper problem. Incidents involving shortterm memory loss seem to be occurring much more frequently among people from the younger generations. Sometimes this happens due to brain damage, illness, or a mental health issue.

Overuse of phones has been linked to short-term memory problems. There is a known term for this unfortunate phenomenon. This is known as “digital amnesia.” The researches at the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute have revealed that increasing exposure to devices does in fact negatively affect the memory of adolescents.

The type of memory that is damaged is called “figural memory.” This form of memory helps a human make sense of patterns, shapes, and images. This process happens in the right hemisphere of the brain.

It has been suggested for some time that smartphones may reduce the cognitive capacity of a person. Cognitive capacity refers to the total amount of information the brain is capable of retaining at any particular moment in time. Phones can drain the cognitive capacity of a person, thus limiting the ability for a person to successfully complete a task even if they are not using a device at the time of the task!

Getting Your Time Back

Humans are adaptive. Civilization has existed for many centuries without relying on phones. For the younger generations, this may seem impossible to imagine, but it is true.

Human minds were not intended to and not evolved for excessive device usage. There is simply too much stimulus for a person to handle nowadays. There is nothing to be ashamed of if you are experiencing phone addiction, or if someone you love is.

This information may seem unsettling, but there is a bright side.

While addictions are tough to overcome and those amid such a struggle may feel hopeless, addictions can be defeated. Addictions are created and maintained by a series of toxic, repetitive habits and behaviors. Through actively understanding the nature of phone addiction, one can break their addictive phone-use cycle and increase their mental health.

If you take the time to learn about what unconscious habits are creating addictive behavior, then you can change your habits, and thus change your behavior. This may seem very challenging at first, as it can seem for any addiction. Change is frightening and the first few days will be extremely difficult if someone is severely addicted to their phone.

It is something that has become so ingrained in society that it feels hard to fathom how you can function in society without checking your phone every minute of the day. However, it is possible, and so many people have broken free from the hold of addictive devices. Proper research and intentional precautions can help a person heal from such compulsion.

Set aside one day a week to put your phone away

One way to start easing your way into the de-toxification process is by setting aside one day a week to put your phone away. This may seem hard initially, but the old saying is true – “out of sight, out of mind.” You have to become comfortable with not being around and not having access to your phone. You have to sit with the feeling of being uncomfortable that this distance from your device may make you feel.

You have to acknowledge how anxious you are without your device. In fact, this anxiety is more than likely exactly why you feel the need to continuously and compulsively be on your phone. What is more ironic about this truth is that your dependence on your device is exactly why you feel so anxious!

It is a dangerous feedback loop of feeling uncomfortable, turning to a certain behavior for relief, relying on the temporary relief through repetitive action, and then losing the ability to regulate without said behavior. It is possible! Start small. Put your phone in a drawer, somewhere out of sight.

Maybe do this on a day where you don’t need to check work emails or other activities that you would be required to perform for others. Let your friends, family, and colleagues know that you will not be answering them for non-emergencies on that specific day. Find other ways to distract yourself than just using your phone all day.

Your phone might be useful for socializing, but you will not miss out on anything for just one single day. Perhaps even schedule an event or a get-together on this day so that you will have more support and not feel lonely without your phone. It will be difficult to feel like you are missing out on something if you are already in the middle of enjoying the company of people you love.

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