Is your teen addicted to gaming? It could be a mental disorder


Kids who crave stimulation are vulnerable to gaming addiction because of their consistent efforts to pursue new environments and exposures.

The World Health Organization (WHO) recently classified gaming disorder as an official form of mental disorder.

Gaming disorder is characterised as persistent offline or online gaming behaviour, which impairs a person’s ability to function normally in day-to-day activities due to an escalation of his or her gaming habits.

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