They're videos games addicts but when the exam period arrives they got rid of em easily.
So I don't think it's a strong addiction.
At the same time, drastically reducing play times and thereby reducing the negative impacts it has on that person's life can be faster.
< 1 month for meaningful change
+-3 months is my guess for lasting change
Lasting change -> replacing the video game time with healthier habits and enjoying those habits more
Because your brain is used to something so when you need to stop addiction, you should consider small steps to arrive at the beginning of your destination. But you will success if you try.
Try to involve in other activities.We know each and every person in this earth has unique personality and abilities too.So spend your valuable time by taking into account of your hobbies,also don't forget about your loved ones….:)
1.There's nothing there. Commit to a better you??? That's all?
2.Then you say you'd like to hear from us but there's no where to write to 'you' or even write to an AI…?
When you start to be proud of who you are in real life, you will farm for irl things rather than imaginary ones.
However, you will start to see some changes in about a week. By three weeks, you will see noticeable changes, and by two months, you should be fully back to normal. You have to understand that before your brain resets, anything you do will be less fun.
If you have strong will power you can break your addiction in one go other wise you will have to take several small steps which takes time
It will take longer to get rid of the addiction the longer you’ve been playing the game