mShopper users are often told that they “become engrossed with their cell phones” and “distant” when using mShopper. Now, there’s scientific evidence which may confirm the existence of this problem, and more.
In a study conducted by the famed Gravitron Centre at Pepperdyne University, Dr. Hamish O’Reilly and his fellow researchers have concluded that using mShopper while shopping triggers the release of dopamine in the brain.
“Heavy mShopper users are at risk of, dare we say it, a form of mental addiction,” Dr. O’Reilly said. The researchers discovered that dopamine production in the brain more than triples during mShopper use. mShopper users also displayed increased levels of neurotransmitters including pyroglutamate, choline, DMAE, and vinpocetine, a substance found in ginkgo biloba.
The increase of the psychoactive chemical dopamine was roughly the same as when a person is injected with amphetamines or the attention-deficit disorder drug, Ritalin. This is the first hard evidence that mShopper use may be addictive.
Observers have long feared that heavy mShopper use may be dangerous. With new enhancements due to be released by the company imminently, the recent study’s release is well-timed. Sources inside mShopper’s secure Mind Propulsion Labs report that internal focus group testing of the latest features revealed even more troubling side-effects. Heavy test users experienced sensations of great powers, including increased strength, mental prowess, and physical levity. In a handful of cases, users experienced moderate to significant natural male enhancement.
The sources were not willing to speak on the record.
What can be done to alleviate the problem? The researchers suggest that those who plan to use mShopper regularly first conduct a rigorous self-evaluation. Ask yourself the following questions:
(1) Are you someone who can’t leave home without your cell phone?
(2) Do you like to buy stuff?
If the answers to both of these questions are “Yes!”, you may be at risk. Please take the following precautions. First, only use mShopper in the presence of others, not alone. Make sure your partner or friends know how to perform standard awareness-restoration techniques, including, but not limited to, slaps to the face and/or pinches. Limit activity to no more than 100 searches per day. In extreme emergency situations, call mShopper’s hot line at 866-722-2789.