Ready to overcome your video game addiction?
Need Ideas to Replace Gaming?
You want to quit gaming, but you’re scared you’ll just be bored. What will you do with your time? In this free guide, there are 60+ different ideas for you to overcome your video game addiction, including activities that will help you:
- Stay Mentally Engaged
- Avoid Boredom at Home
- Feel a Sense of Achievement
- Make New Friends
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What is Video Game Addiction?
Your brain loves gaming because gaming provides rapid dopamine release. Dopamine is a chemical in your brain that makes you feel happy. The more you game, the more your brain wants to game.
Research shows it takes 90 days to bring your brain back to normal. If you’ve thought of quitting before, but you’re concerned that real life is boring, or that you lack the willpower to do it, the 90 day detox can help you turn things around.
Cam’s Story of Gaming Addiction:
For over 10 years I was addicted to video games. I dropped out of high school twice, never graduated, never went to college, and struggled with depression. I played video games up to 16 hours a day, and even deceived my parents by pretending to have jobs.
My turning point came when I wrote a suicide note. I knew something had to change and quitting gaming was part of that. Today life is better, and I believe that it can be for you too.
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Video Game Addiction Support:
We believe that no matter who you are, if you want to quit playing video games you deserve the best support to do so, and that the money in your bank account should not be a barrier. That’s why we have over 150+ videos available for FREE on YouTube, including answers to your most pressing questions:
Video Game Addiction Podcast:
Want to learn more about how to overcome your video game addiction? On the podcast we interview addiction professionals, therapists, researchers, members of our community, and other incredible individuals to support you on your journey.
Listen for free on SoundCloud, iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher.
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