Before last summer I couldn't really use the computer at all. My entire day was spent at rest. I was (and am) completely bedridden. In summer I stared taking LDN. I had an immediate and highly significant boost in my mental stamina. My neurological sensitivity all but disappeared. However, I didn't get much of a boost in my physical stamina. I made attempts to slowly rehabilitate my body to transition out of this permanently horizontal state, however I found it very difficult. The boost I had from the LDN wore off a little and my efforts to get myself back up and walking ultimately failed. I'm now stuck in a rut where I spend all day, every day staring at my laptop. This is virtually from the moment I wake until the moment I go to sleep. I easily spend 12+ hours a day staring at a screen. I feel like I could maybe start progressing again if I focused on meditation and getting more rest, but I find myself habitually reaching for my laptop, and before i know it I am clicking through the same sites over and over and over again. It has become a real problem. I only have two modes: on my laptop, or bored and thinking about going on my laptop. Can anyone resonate with this experience?