Anti-technology App Breaks Teenage Phone Addiction Thursday 4 August 2011 PDF Print a combination of relaxation techniques including deep breathing, visualisation and meditation allowing people to shift their perception of life In response to a report out today by Ofcom which reveals 60% of teenagers are addicted to their mobiles, renowned Scottish therapist, Andrew Johnson, has launched an ‘app’ to help them overcome the problem. Entitled Disconnect, the app has had a 95% success rate amongst those who have used it in trials. The recording lasts 30 minutes and is best listened to in bed last thing at night. After doing this for three weeks, most teenagers find their addiction to their mobile phone together with PlayStation, emails, Twitter and Facebook, has dissipated. The app uses a combination of relaxation techniques including deep breathing, visualisation and meditation allowing people to shift their perception of life without relying on technology. Commenting on Disconnect, Andrew Johnson said: “It’s slightly ironic that an app provides the most successful means of disconnecting with technology but it makes it widely accessible and cost-effective. Not only can it help teenagers but also business people who feel the need to check their in-box for emails every minute or feel naked without their Blackberry”. Starting at just £1.99 for the app, Disconnect is suitable for anyone from the age of 12 and up. Find out more by visiting www.withandrewjohnson.com ENDS For further information, images or to trial the product, please call Sara Stewart at Mad As A March Hare on 01684 575207 or email firstname.lastname@example.org This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of With Andrew Johnson in the following categories: Children & Teenagers, Men's Interest, Health, Women's Interest & Beauty, Consumer Technology, Education & Human Resources, Medical & Pharmaceutical, for more information visit https://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.