Social media addiction can have negative effects on your life. If you feel overly addicted to social media, feel like taking a break from social media, or even quitting social media, this is for you. To overcome your dependency on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other online social networks, keep reading to learn how this hypnosis for quitting social media addiction will help you.buy now play sample
Prioritizing social media over essential activities is a tell-tale indication that you are a social media addict. For example, you may prefer to look at your phone instead of working, engage with others during social gatherings, or sleep at night.
How you feel when you are not able to log onto your social media platforms can also be significant. If you feel anxious or annoyed if you are not able to connect, it means you crave the dopamine and serotonin increases associated with social media activity. A social media addict may feel the same way when they notice a drop in followers. This identifies an addiction to instant gratification.
If you spend a lot of time on your phone, you may also be addicted to social media. Some people have to spend, say, four hours per day on social media as part of their work. However, if you are active on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, or any other mainstream social media platform for more than three hours per day, it can be a sign of addiction.
Some social media addicts may use language that is typically associated with social media. For example, you may use the word “hashtag” or the name of a social media service as a verb. If you hear some talking about “Facebooking” someone or something, they may be addicted to social media.
How your social activity affects others can also be a sign of addiction. If the people close to you complain that you neglect your relationship with them, it may be time to look at doing a social media detox.
Like all other forms of addiction, you have to address a social media disorder by altering your subconscious beliefs.
Your subconscious mind is highly sophisticated, and it can impact your behaviour without you even knowing it.
With behavioural patterns and the consistent secretion of feel-good chemicals, you can program your subconscious mind to believe that something like social media is beneficial to you.
Consequently, if you want to quit social media, you have to reprogram your subconscious mind to realize that being active on social media holds no benefits to you and that you don’t need it to feel good about yourself.
How do you change your subconscious mind to overcome social media addiction?
When you listen to this hypnosis recording and follow the instructions carefully, you may fall into an altered and relaxed state of mind. In this relaxed state, your conscious mind may become suspended, leaving your subconscious susceptible to hypnotic suggestions.
This hypnosis recording is specially developed to help people like you overcome their addiction to social media. Since your subconscious mind processes images well, the recording focuses on guided visualizations. The more you visualize yourself working, socializing, and sleeping without always checking your phone, the more these scenarios become a reality to your subconscious mind.
To achieve optimal results, listen to the recording whenever you are alone and relaxed. You should also try to listen to the recording every day, as repetition can increase your chances of successfully beating your addiction.
The recording can also help you relax and deal with withdrawals in the form of anxiety when you are not connected to social media.
Even if your social media addiction doesn’t cause you stress or have low self-esteem, taking a break from social media may still be worth it.
Quitting social media will boost your productivity considerably. When you are busy scrolling, reading articles, and looking at memes, you are not optimizing the time you have available to work on your career. Spending as little as five minutes on your phone can lower your productivity significantly.
Social media can also interfere with your creativity. If you are struggling to get the creative juices flowing, taking breaks without looking at your phone can help to put you in the right state of mind.
Many people underestimate the negative effect social media has on personal relationships. For example, if you are spending time with someone close to you, constantly looking at your phone can restrict communication between you and them. Putting away your phone and paying undivided attention to someone will show respect and strengthen your relationship with them.
It is also very common that, overuse of mobile phones and social media addiction can have a negative impact on sexual relationships too.
Another reason to be less active on social media is that it can reduce boredom. If going on Facebook or Twitter is not an option, your brain will start looking for meaningful and engaging activities that you can do so you don’t feel bored.
Finally, if you are not always on social media, you may become less susceptible to collective consciousness, and you’ll learn how to form independent opinions on essential matters and improve your decision-making skills.
Taking a break from social media will give you the freedom to go through your day without compulsively checking your phone.
Listen to this download every day as part of your routine. If you want to gain control over your addiction to social media, this hypnosis recording may be the ideal solution for you as you become an Antisocial Media user.
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