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Internet and Gaming Addiction Treatment Programmes

Life Works – the leading specialist in internet and gaming addiction rehabilitation.

Internet and Gaming Addiction The internet and online gaming have become part of everyday life for most people. Unfortunately, some people find it impossible to log off.

It is estimated that between 5% and 10% of web surfers are internet addicts or gaming addicts. These people do not just use the web and games, they spend so much time online that it begins to affect the rest of their life.

If you are ready to break free of your internet or gaming addiction, Life Works can help. The first step is to call us at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

What are the signs & symptoms of internet & gaming addiction?

There are a great number of internet addiction and gaming addiction symptoms. The first and most obvious is internet or game use dominating the addict's life, feelings and behaviour. Internet addicts and gaming addicts also experience an altered mood or “buzz” when they log on. As the addiction progresses, the addict will need more and more time online to feel the same effect on their mood. Conversely, internet and gaming addicts may also feel mentally or physically unpleasant when they are unable to go online. This creates the need to be online all the time which often produces conflicts with work and family life. Finally, internet addicts and gaming addicts may relapse, logging on after abstaining from the internet or gaming for long periods of time. As the addiction eats up more and more of their lives, addicts become withdrawn and isolated. This isolation, combined with feelings of being overwhelmed by the addiction, can sometimes result in suicidal thoughts or behaviours. To learn more about gaming and internet addiction symptoms, call Life Works at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

I think I need treatment for Online Gaming Addiction, how can Life Works help me?

Internet addiction and gaming addiction treatment are critical for addicts who would like to learn to manage their addictive behaviour and bring their lives under control. The Life Works program assists in identifying the thoughts and behaviours which initially contributed to internet or gaming addiction, as well as identifying what is within the addict's control and what is not. Co-morbidity with other psychological stressors and illnesses is also examined, while internet addicts and gaming addicts are viewed in a very holistic manner to ensure that all facets of their addiction are being addressed. This includes rebuilding broken social ties which often occur as a result of addiction. To learn more about gaming and internet addiction treatment, call Life Works at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

How can I start Internet Addiction or Online Gaming Addiction treatment at Life Works?

The first step toward starting internet addiction or gaming addiction treatment is to call, at which point an admissions professionals can confidentially begin to evaluate the situation of the addict. An optimal course of action is then recommended, including either residential or outpatient treatment. This program is conducted to medically ensure the health and well-being of all participants experiencing internet or gaming addiction and other addictions. Participants follow a daily schedule, which is shown to assist with addictive behaviours, and will be part of group therapy sessions with other internet, gaming and non-internet addicts. This is due to the basic similarities underlying all addictions. It starts with a call or a click. You can phone us at 0800 081 0700 or contact us online.

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