TREATMENT FOR TEACH ADDICTION

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Dr. Nicholas Kardaras believes that screens can be more difficult to treat than drugs. Its no surprise that screen usage has skyrocketed, the actual numbers are nonetheless staggering: the average American adult spends more than 11 hours per day watching, reading, listening and interacting with screens. Clinically, screen addiction looks like any other addiction and characterized by a person continuing to engage in problematic behavior which negatively impacts their life. Those addicted to screens have seen their schooling, job prospects, and personal relationships suffer or even destroyed as a result of their addiction to screens and technology.

Treatment for Technology Addiction

The first step to treating addiction is recognizing that a problem exists. One of the primary problems with the Internet is the lack of accountability online. Users are hidden behind a screen and often engage in behavior that they would never do in person.

Omega Recovery understands that the first step to treating addiction is recognizing that a problem exists. One of the primary problems with the Internet is the lack of accountability online. Users are hidden behind a screen and often engage in behavior that they would never do in person. Omega incorporates “Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes” into our clinical program, unplugging from our devices, engaging in a healing community, physical exercise and immersing our clients into nature. Omega Recovery also offers traditional evidence-based therapy to treat technology addiction.

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