Most of us are no strangers to spending hours binging great and not-so-great shows on Netflix. But as it turns out, you can have too much of a good thing. An Indian user was so absorbed to the account that he spent an boilerplate of seven hours a day alive shows on the belvedere – and had to abide analysis at a mental health ability to help wean himself off it.

Last week, the Account for Healthy Use of Technology (SHUT) clinic at the National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS) in Bangalore, India, advised a 26-year-old man who said he had been absorbed to Netflix for more than six months. His besetting habit caused fatigue, eye strain, and aberrant sleeping cycles.

Dr. Manoj Kumar Sharma, the head of the SHUT clinic said that binge-watching helped the accommodating forget his worries while he was unemployed for a long period of time:

Whenever his family pressurized him to earn a living, or when he saw his accompany doing well, he would watch the shows on offer continuously. It was a method of escapism. He could forget about his problems, and he acquired immense amusement from it.

Clearly, many people spend a lot of time on Netflix, as it accounts for 15 percent of after cartage of the Internet. The company’s own data suggests that an boilerplate user spends 50 account per day on the service. Plenty of people have accounting about how Netflix can affect one’s mental health.

If you’re afraid about falling into the same trap, Dr. Sharma recommends alienated the use of technology as a coping mechanism. But as some of us can attest, that’s easier said than done.

For what it’s worth, some tech companies are auspicious users to take care of their mental and affecting abundance through the use of, well, more technology. YouTube now prompts you to ‘take a break’ after you’ve watched videos for a assertive amount of time, and phone makers like Google and Apple give you tools to adviser and ascendancy your screen time.

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