7 Responses to Facebook Addiction – How to Control Facebook Syndrome

  1. Rassling Fundamentals says:

    Since 8 yrs back I m addicted to spasma proxyvon tab & from 2-3 tabs in the beginning now it reached 9*2=18 daily. I tried a lot to stop but in vain. It’ll b pretty happy and lead to a gud and dedicated life to this society, if my problem is solve. Pliz help me.

  2. cardskid22 says:

    I have this problem, see…I have a lazy brain. And I get very bored very easily and move from task to task without completing the previous one.

    That isn’t to say I’m not intelligent, it’s just that I do lazy thinking when it comes to analyzing situations, reading, interpreting, etc.

    For instance, when I read, I always try to immediately look at the big picture and not focus on details, which I then realize I just sped through an entire chapter and I have no idea what I just read. If I slow down (REALLLY slow down) then it’s easier, but I have horrible attention deficit and I end up getting frustrated and want to get to the point already, so I miss pertinent details.

    When I watch a movie, I will watch the entire movie and not know the names of any main characters. I just don’t think about it and I don’t pay attention to the details, I guess.

    I think my issue is I try to rush from point A to point B and miss everything in between. I’ll have a vague understanding of the overall idea, but since I missed details I’ll be a bit behind in the understanding department.

    When I sit down to do anything (and I mean ANYTHING) I get distracted so easily. I will try to watch a show online and then pause it to flip to facebook. Then to twitter. Then to a definition of some word that I was trying to think of earlier but couldn’t recall, etc. Then I’ll restart the show and repeat the process. A 30 minute show will take me an hour and a half to watch

    I will also sometimes stop dead in my tracks in the middle of sentences because I’ll forget a word out of nowhere.

    While it’s kind of funny, it really isn’t. I definitely have severe attention/patience issues; HOWEVER I absolutely do not believe in pharmaceutical means to remedy this situation.

    I eat fairly well, I sleep at least 7 hours each night, I’m in good shape…what else? I don’t really exercise much because I can never find the time to do so (or maybe my lazy brain is taking over my body?).

    Do I need more B-12 in my life? Are there any brain exercises I can do to increase focus and attention and not get so bored with my tasks easily?

    ANY and ALL help is greatly appreciated. Thanks so much in advance!

    Additional Details
    I would especially appreciate any feedback from people who suffer from a lazy brain and have overcome it.

  3. vanvark83 says:

    im 16 year old college student in the UK. i got diagnosed with autism at 3, later on they decided it was aspergers syndrome despite my slow learning of speech.
    in primary school i took advantage of my disability and pretended i was more disabled than i actually was, i changed in secondary school, i acted like i was normal which gave other people the impression it was alright to bully me and beat me up just because i was abit smaller at the time and didn’t have much social skills.
    i developed depression at the time i got bullied and didn’t get over it for about 3/4 years, i used to cry at night and think “why can’t they just leave me alone” + i self-harmed a few times to take my mind off things, i was only 11/12 :[[[
    i managed to get 2 close friends and get on with aload of other people near the end of year 7, it was like that until year 9 when my ‘possible dyslexia’ started to become obvious when facebook started up, people started treating me like an idiot cos i couldn’t spell alot of thing correctly. my spellings got better now but that doesn’t change the past. i got aload of enemy’s in year 10/11 due to the way my school was run (in yr 7 the classes where mixed with people from different tutors, in yr 8/9 they separate half the year group and in ks4 the classes get mixed up again, so yeah i got reunited with my enemy’s)
    year 10/11 wasn’t half as bad though.
    people don’t always notice my disability but when they do they do whatever to get on my nerves, part of the autistic stereotype is been easy to bully 🙁 i don’t give a typical reaction but they still try.
    im quite isolated and most people in my area went to primary school with me know me as a spaz. i don’t have proper friends unfortunately, they all rather watch footie or go online xbox live/psn than hang out with me. im into graffiti and music, i used to like online gaming but since both my brothers are hogs i never go on.
    how can i get people to understand im not all a spaz/retard and get treated fairly. i hate how people think there been nice but really there just isolating/avoiding you.

  4. Maggie says:

    Since 8 yrs back I m addicted to spasma proxyvon tab & from 2-3 tabs in the beginning now it reached 9*2=18 daily. I tried a lot to stop but in vain. It’ll b pretty happy and lead to a gud and dedicated life to this society, if my problem is solve. Pliz help me.

  5. Andre says:

    I’m always sick, so I already know I have a horrible immune system.. I’ll start by saying I’m 20 and don’t have a period. I’ve had one irregularly from time to time, but usually just spotting. I can honestly say I’ve probably had less than 10 periods in my life. Before I lost my insurance about a year ago, I found out I have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. I lost my insurance right after that, so I didn’t get to go to the doctor again. I get sharp pains in my lower stomach from time to time, almost like menstral cramps without the bleeding. I also get UTI’s quite often, which I used to blame on my soda addiction. But even those have gotten much stranger. Less than a year ago I started noticing a strange smell when I urinate, not always, but sometimes. It’s almost like a.. sausage?.. smell. My urine is usally really dark yellow with a brownish hue when this happens, and I sometimes get a clear discharge as well. It often stings or hurts when this happens, but not like a UTI. It’s different. A few months ago I woke up from a nap (I was sick again so I went to sleep) and I hemorraged.. I bled like crazy for a few minutes. The blood had large clots in it. It hurt badly. I thought maybe I was starting a period and that it was just so bad because I hadn’t had one in so long, but it stopped after that day. Aside from all that, I get sick, like flu symptoms, all of the time. I also get exhausted immediately. I can be perfectly fine, but all of a sudden it’s like I hit a wall, especially after I urinate (when the smell is there for the most part). My joints have always been bad and popped all the time, but they’ve recently gotten much worse as well. I actually broke a bone a few months ago for the first time in my 20 years, which is strange. Also, I’ve recently been having extremely hard digestive problems. I’ll start getting cramps that feel like something’s about to burst, and then I’ll have to go to the bathroom. But the past few weeks it hasn’t been much when I go, and I have either dark, dark feces or little black stone-like things in it. I know this is a lot, but I’m really just wondering if someone can give me some insight.. I don’t really know if all this is related, but it sure feels like it is. Thank you..

  6. musicistabest says:

    im 16 year old college student in the UK. i got diagnosed with autism at 3, later on they decided it was aspergers syndrome despite my slow learning of speech.
    in primary school i took advantage of my disability and pretended i was more disabled than i actually was, i changed in secondary school, i acted like i was normal which gave other people the impression it was alright to bully me and beat me up just because i was abit smaller at the time and didn’t have much social skills.
    i developed depression at the time i got bullied and didn’t get over it for about 3/4 years, i used to cry at night and think “why can’t they just leave me alone” + i self-harmed a few times to take my mind off things, i was only 11/12 :[[[
    i managed to get 2 close friends and get on with aload of other people near the end of year 7, it was like that until year 9 when my ‘possible dyslexia’ started to become obvious when facebook started up, people started treating me like an idiot cos i couldn’t spell alot of thing correctly. my spellings got better now but that doesn’t change the past. i got aload of enemy’s in year 10/11 due to the way my school was run (in yr 7 the classes where mixed with people from different tutors, in yr 8/9 they separate half the year group and in ks4 the classes get mixed up again, so yeah i got reunited with my enemy’s)
    year 10/11 wasn’t half as bad though.
    people don’t always notice my disability but when they do they do whatever to get on my nerves, part of the autistic stereotype is been easy to bully 🙁 i don’t give a typical reaction but they still try.
    im quite isolated and most people in my area went to primary school with me know me as a spaz. i don’t have proper friends unfortunately, they all rather watch footie or go online xbox live/psn than hang out with me. im into graffiti and music, i used to like online gaming but since both my brothers are hogs i never go on.
    how can i get people to understand im not all a spaz/retard and get treated fairly. i hate how people think there been nice but really there just isolating/avoiding you.

  7. Ed D says:

    I’m always sick, so I already know I have a horrible immune system.. I’ll start by saying I’m 20 and don’t have a period. I’ve had one irregularly from time to time, but usually just spotting. I can honestly say I’ve probably had less than 10 periods in my life. Before I lost my insurance about a year ago, I found out I have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. I lost my insurance right after that, so I didn’t get to go to the doctor again. I get sharp pains in my lower stomach from time to time, almost like menstral cramps without the bleeding. I also get UTI’s quite often, which I used to blame on my soda addiction. But even those have gotten much stranger. Less than a year ago I started noticing a strange smell when I urinate, not always, but sometimes. It’s almost like a.. sausage?.. smell. My urine is usally really dark yellow with a brownish hue when this happens, and I sometimes get a clear discharge as well. It often stings or hurts when this happens, but not like a UTI. It’s different. A few months ago I woke up from a nap (I was sick again so I went to sleep) and I hemorraged.. I bled like crazy for a few minutes. The blood had large clots in it. It hurt badly. I thought maybe I was starting a period and that it was just so bad because I hadn’t had one in so long, but it stopped after that day. Aside from all that, I get sick, like flu symptoms, all of the time. I also get exhausted immediately. I can be perfectly fine, but all of a sudden it’s like I hit a wall, especially after I urinate (when the smell is there for the most part). My joints have always been bad and popped all the time, but they’ve recently gotten much worse as well. I actually broke a bone a few months ago for the first time in my 20 years, which is strange. Also, I’ve recently been having extremely hard digestive problems. I’ll start getting cramps that feel like something’s about to burst, and then I’ll have to go to the bathroom. But the past few weeks it hasn’t been much when I go, and I have either dark, dark feces or little black stone-like things in it. I know this is a lot, but I’m really just wondering if someone can give me some insight.. I don’t really know if all this is related, but it sure feels like it is. Thank you..

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