Hypnosis and Virtual Addictions
Keywords:Addiction, hypnosis, attention, virtual games, adolescents
Virtual addictions are more and more frequent and affect various audiences who are no longer limited to adolescents. This review will discuss the various points to be taken into account in the management of these addictions as well as the interest and place of hypnosis in this pathology. It will be based on the similarities between the hypnotic phenomenon and virtual addiction.
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