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    More People Getting Post Binge Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PBTSS)

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    Health experts have sounded the alarm on a new pandemic of a highly infectious disorder called PBTSS or Post Binge Traumatic Stress Syndrome.

    With countless streaming services and trillions of shows and movies at one’s fingertips, more people are binge watching than ever before — but health experts warn that because of that more people will contract the deadly PBTSS.

    “This is something far more dangerous than we have ever seen before,” said top health expert, Juan Martinez-Wang. “There is a serious disconnect of happiness when people end their binge because there is no more episodes to watch, and with the holiday’s over — we expect the movie theaters to be overwhelmed with patients seeking a cure to their PBTSS.”

    Experts like Martinez-Wang have called upon President Biden to use his executive powers to build more movie theaters and mandate companies like Netflix and Amazon quickly add more content so people can lower their risk of PBTSS — but the White House has failed to respond.

    “I just felt paralyzed,” said long time binge watcher, Sally Harbone, “I worked hard to binge all three seasons of Stranger Things and then it just was over. I feel so depressed — I just didn’t know if I could wait for the next season — I didn’t know what to do.”

    Mrs. Harbone is not alone for experts estimate that their are about 200 million in the U.S. alone with PBTSS.

    “There is no cure,” added Martinez-Wang, “that is why we must be sure that people don’t run out of content.”

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