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Theoretically, anyone can become a technology addict, Strohman says, but people with such conditions as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder are more likely to become over-dependent on the Internet. In some cases, the technology addiction may cause these other conditions.What is technological addiction?
Technology addiction is an impulse control disorder that involves the obsessive use of mobile devices, the internet or video games, despite negative consequences to the user of the technology. The disorder may also be referred to as digital addiction or internet addiction.What are the statistics for addiction?
Statistics on Addiction Treatment. In 2017, an estimated 20.7 million people age 12 and older needed treatment for a substance use disorder. The relapse rate for substance use disorders is estimated to be between 40% and 60%. Addiction is considered a highly treatable disease, and recovery is attainable.