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7 Troubling Signs You Have A Video Game Addiction

At first glance, you may think an addiction to playing video games is something you joke about with your friends. The harsh reality is video game addiction is a growing problem, and it’s nothing to laugh about. While the number of people with a video game addiction in the United States is growing, South Korea is currently the world’s leader in terms of identifying and treating gaming and Internet addiction. According to CNN, roughly 8% of the country’s population age 9 to 39 suffer from Internet or gaming addiction. As others countries technologically catch up, the number of gaming and internet addicts outside of South Korea will continue to grow. It’s also important to point out that the overwhelming majority of video game addicts are males under the age of 30. Video game addiction treatment often follows the same methods as a drug or alcohol addiction, but with one important difference. Technology is an important part of everyday life, as well as many jobs, so compulsive gamers simply can’t just look the other way when they see a television, computer, or smart phone. Because video game addicts can’t avoid it, hey have to learn to use them responsibly. That means they can’t play video games. If you’re curious about other ways to help a video game addict, you must first know what signs to look for:

Video Game Addicts May Hide From Negative Situations

Why do people become addicted to video games? In many cases, people develop a video game addiction because they use it to self-medicate. It becomes an escape from the problems in the real world. In this escape, a video game addict may feel like they have complete control over their emotions. When confronted with situations or feelings that are uncomfortable outside of gaming (feeling depressed, getting in an argument, etc.), the person may “hide” in the game as a method of avoidance. Over time, a dependency to video games is molded and developed.

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