Video Game Addiction
Video game addiction is a real mental health condition affecting millions of people around the world. The World Health Organization recognizes it as “Gaming Disorder” in their International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) as “a pattern of persistent or recurrent gaming behaviour, which may be online or offline, manifested by impaired control over gaming.
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Gaming Disorder is defined "as a pattern of gaming behavior (“digital-gaming” or “video-gaming”) characterized by impaired control over gaming, increasing priority given to gaming over other activities to the extent that gaming takes precedence over other interests and daily activities, and continuation or escalation of gaming despite the occurrence of negative consequences. #GamingDisorder #GameQuitters #WHO #WorldHealthOrganization
I can't name another game that's as immersive, nostalgic, and downright addictive as Skyrim. Skyrim lets you feel like you're a part of a different world. You can choose to be whoever you want to be. But what happens if Skyrim has taken hold of your life? How do you quit? Read this guide to find out. #Skyrim #Gaming #GameAddiction #VideoGameAddiction #GameQuitters #HowToQuitSkyrim
If your kids spend oodles of time on games like "Fortnite" or "World of Warcraft," they're not alone - a whopping 90 percent of kids in the United States play video games. But if your child seems unable to do anything else and is even willing to forgo beloved activities to continue gaming, it might be a gaming addiction.