Cast your mind back to July when all you cared about was how to catch something more exciting than a rattata.
If you can't move on and you're still spending your days trying to complete Pokémon Go, then the good news is that it might have unknowingly added time onto your life expectancy.
A new study conducted by Stanford University and Microsoft had participants wear a fitness tracker whilst hunting Pokémon and had some surprising results. Players walked an extra 1,473 steps a day.
The study study writes that, "Across the 25 million US Pokémon Go users, this would translate to 2.85 million years additional life added to US users." Compared to average this was a 25% increase and researchers concluded would mean a 6% lower risk of death, chopping over a month on your time left.
Just think about how many you could catch with all those extra days.