If you're addicted to technology, you're going to get a stern talking to from Professor Nada Kakabadse of Northampton University. She feels that people are getting too attached to their BlackBerrys and PDAs.
"Some people are very anxious when they don't have their technological gadgets next to them," said Nada. "Those who are addicted will get up in the middle of the night and pick up messages on their PDAs two or three times a night."
She is suggesting that employers offer training on how to recognize and avoid tech addiction, but that's about it.
You should also eat better, get more exercise, and call your mother. She worries.