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It is not the screen addition that is causing these things. At least for me it seems to make a lot more sense that this is caused by people not having a chance to have social encounters while having this addiction.
Point is, you can be addicted to cleaning up your basement and if you spent the same amount of time people generally spent behind a screen, I guarantee you will have the same thing happening in your brain.
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