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Relevance of the problem of pathological dependency

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Feb 12, 2021 at 06:58
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Pathological cravings for gambling game of thrones free online belong to the group of mental disorders. In the International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision, the main diagnostic criterion for this disorder is recurrent involvement in gambling, which continues and often worsens despite the social consequences.

Not all countries accept gambling addiction as a disease. In Russia it is included in the official diagnostic directory. In the United States too. In many European countries approach to this issue is much less loyal, game addiction is considered something like a bad habit.

The problem of gaming addiction attracted attention abroad some 30 years ago. Gambling addiction in USA is included in American Psychiatric Association's list of mental disorders which affects 2-3% of adult population. Four out of five cases of gaming addiction occur in men (mostly in their 20s and 30s) and over 90% start playing in their teens. Gamblers who are addicted spend a great deal of money and effort, and make an active mental effort to win.

This addiction is a non-chemical type of addiction and is known as gambling. It manifests itself in an irrepressible desire to participate constantly in endless episodes of gambling, turning into a need and dominant, suppressing all other manifestations of needs, from the physiological to the higher spiritual. Tellingly, even the need for safety, basic for a person, is neutralised and ceases to be a driving force of behaviour under conditions of embraced gambling. The problem of the nature and degree of gambling addiction, cognition of personal features of a gambler and the nature of his psychological destruction in the context of the above acquire a special meaning and relevance.

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Jul 19, 2021 at 06:17
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Gambling addiction is perhaps the most notorious addiction today. It affects people of all ages in all parts of the world, from youth to adulthood. 
Betting addiction is an infection that begins with a simple, harmless interest in computer games. 
Unlike related infections such as illicit drug and alcohol use, this addiction is closer to a psychological illness and does not affect actual well-being. Especially young and inexperienced players are attracted by various 25 free spins no deposit casino bonuses and other perks.  In any case, the principle of desire itself is comparative. In general, the need and continuation of being drawn into one's craving is the main problem with addiction. Also, in some cases it is deceptive. For all that, while drug and alcohol addiction have real signs pointing to a distressing condition, this is not the case with gambling addiction. 
Indeed, young people are generally not susceptible to the betting habit. Although the age range covers all ages. It is predominantly men who fall under the influence. The worst thing that makes the fixation on betting so terrible is the inability to remember it at the beginning of the illness.
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01th Sep 2021, 05:10AM

#Gamestacker: Some people play online casinos all the time, spending most of their wages on this pastime. Others play occasionally just to get a bit of adrenaline and to try to break even, but try to keep most of their money. Others do not like online entertainment at all (or choose entertainment of another kind, for instance, they like to drive the tanks in World of Tanks) and treat online casinos with indifference. 
But there's a class of people who hate casinos and try to get their ideas into people's heads and don't even know that VulkanVegas offers free games and bonuses and not only instant cash games. Such people, more often than not, have lost a lot of money at dishonest gambling establishments in the past, and since then they have developed a negative view of the entire gambling industry for money.
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