Substance Abuse Rehabilitation

Substance abuse causes substance addiction. It is a chronic disease characterized by the compulsive need to seek sub irrespective of its harmful effects. It causes lasting changes in the brain. In order to recover and undo effects of the substance, the individual and his family members must undertake rehabilitative measures. Rehabilitation helps encourage the addicted […]

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10 Things people who have over...

Alcohol addiction is more than just a drinking problem. It is a biological, progressive, chemical and a fatal disease. It can enlighten a sense of urgency and necessity due to its dependence but overcoming an addiction is so entrenched it is not an easy feat. People who have overcome addiction have been sailed two ships; […]

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Depression in Women

One in four women experiences depression at some point in time in their life. And women are twice as likely to experience clinical depression than men. Still wondering why the women in your life are crying most of the time, or feeling persistently sad, and has no interest in anything. Here is your answer: she […]

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The Family Impact: The social disadvantage and subordination of women on the one hand. And the rapid socio-cultural and economic changes on the other have significantly altered traditional structures and institutions within society. Such changes are invariably associated with social upheaval and drug abuse is a known outcome of such change. Drug abuse poses various […]

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Reinventing Mindful Eating

Reinventing Mindful Eating: Eating is an inevitable activity of everyday life. There was a time when this activity was carried on with utmost mindfulness, i.e. prayers were offered before beginning the meals, and after ending the meals slokas like Annapoorne Sada Poorne, Shankara Prana Vallabhe, Trayam were recited. Offering supplication (Du’ä) by Islam followers during the meal, […]

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Gaming Addiction


Is your child playing video games for a significantly longer time? Does she spend very less time with family, society or on education, and dedicates all of that time to gaming? Then it’s your time to make some anticipation before the condition gets too critical.

Gaming addiction, now, is a recognizable mental health disorder according to the World Health Organization listed in the International Classification of Disease 2018 due to its influential addictive behaviour towards children, teens, and adults. Read on to understand what gaming addiction is all about and whether or not your child is suffering from it.

Previously, there is no single accepted definition of gaming addiction. There are no set several hours one must play in order to consider addicted to games (video/computer). Gaming addiction is an excessive play which results in social such as isolation, a negative emotion like feeling low when not play, career or educational like lower grade related consequences. Gaming addiction (video/ computer) is now considered a diagnosable disorder and it’s completely curable.

Signs and Symptoms of gaming addiction:

  • Physical symptoms: The individual may have fatigue, frequent migraine headache, intense concentration causes eyestrain, excess use of controller or mouse may cause carpel tunnel syndrome, lack of personal hygiene etc.
  • Behavioural symptoms: The individual may be irritable or restlessness when trying to stop the game, isolation from other spending more time in gaming it leads to lack of social interaction with peers, family members and relatives.
  • Cognitive symptoms: The individual may have thought disturbances like preoccupation with thoughts of earlier online activity or anticipation of the next online session, gaming to escape from life situation like anxiety or depression.

Who is at risk for gaming addiction:

  • Males have a higher chance
  • Adolescents and children
  • The individual who has some mental health issues like depression, anxiety, and low self esteem.
  • The children who are more impulsive and low social skill.
  • The individual tend to be neurotic and have aggression behaviour
  • The individual has limited ability to regulate the emotions
  • Having free time and lack of involvement in structured activities either in school or home/ work places.

Treatment for gaming addiction:

Research on gaming addiction treatment is in progress. Experts normally recommend psychotherapy and counselling, cognitive behaviour therapy, individual therapy, family therapy, 12 steps programs and medication to treat the gaming addiction.

If you or loved one are experiencing symptoms and looking for gaming addiction treatment facility we can help, call +919611194949 now.