Depending on how much time and effort you put into those situations, you may have a problem with excessive cell phone use. Overuse of your cell phone can lead to reduced quality of personal relationships and a lack of productivity in daily life.
Here are 10 Ways to overcome Mobile Addiction.
Don’t let your phone be the last thing you see at night and the first thing you check in the morning. By using a regular alarm clock and charging your phone out of reach, you won’t be tempted to start your day by getting vortexed into an avalanche of messages and updates.
Challenge yourself to make non-smartphone-enhanced conversations with friends and family members for an hour or more. No cheating! If someone mentions a funny image they saw on Reddit, make them describe it using words and/or a pen and paper.
3. Start slow.
Instead of going cold turkey and completely eliminating your cell phone use (which can be very anxiety-provoking), begin by progressively reducing the amount of time you spend checking your phone. For example, start by limiting the amount you check your phone to once per 30 minutes, then once per 2 hours, as so on. Keep a tally of how many times you check your phone per hour. Use your phone only for necessary communications or emergencies.