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The Social Media Addiction Solution

Has your attention to Social Media or Cell Phone Apps become a problem?

What is Social Media Addiction?

Social media addiction is a behavioral addiction that is defined by being overly concerned about social media, driven by an uncontrollable urge to log on to or use social media, and devoting so much time and effort to social media that it impairs other important life areas.

What is The Social Media Addiction Solution?
A Groundbreaking New & Innovative Approach To Addictions Neuro Restructuring Technique is a specific methodology of that looks at addiction from a completely new perspective, using the latest in brain based science and new psychological techniques that not only speeds recovery from addictions but changes you at the core level.

It is the key to getting your life back and breaking free from media addiction! The best part is that you can do it from home by using the most cutting edge, powerful NLP and Hypnosis Technique known.

How Dr. Will Can Help
I’ve had the honor of not only beating my own addictions, but training many therapists in techniques to help their clients recover from all kinds of addictions as well. I find that these therapists all experience the same difficulties…clients do well at the beginning, then hit some stressors and return to their addictive behaviors.

How Social Media Affects the Brain
Due to the effect that it has on the brain, social media is addictive both physically and psychologically. According to a new study by Harvard University, self-disclosure on social networking sites lights up the same part of the brain that also ignites when taking an addictive substance.

Beat Social Media Addiction Quickly and Easily. FOREVER!!!

What are the Symptoms?

  • Does he/she spend a lot of time thinking about social media or planning to use social media?
  • Does he/she feel urges to use social media more and more?
  • Does he/she use social media to forget about personal problems?
  • Does he/she often try to reduce use of social media without success?
  • Does he/she become restless or troubled if unable to use social media?
  • Does he/she use social media so much that it has had a negative impact on his/her job or studies?

If “yes” to more than three of these questions, then it is the sign that you or someone you know is developing a social media addiction.