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    Addiction, ‘a Disease of Extreme Behavior’

    The strictest definition of addiction refers to a disease resulting from changes in brain chemistry caused by compulsive use of drugs or alcohol. The definition includes excessive use that damages health, relationships, jobs and other parts of normal life.

    Another View: ‘Gaming Disorder’ label serves as reminder about addiction

    But underlying the agency’s declaration is an important reminder about addiction. It’s not that every kid, or even most kids, glued to gaming screens suffer from obsessive-compulsive “Grand Theft Auto.” In fact, WHO researchers say gaming disorder ...

    ‘Gaming disorder’ revives debate over what constitutes an addiction

    The strictest definition of addiction refers to a disease resulting from changes in brain chemistry caused by compulsive use of drugs or alcohol. The definition includes excessive use that damages health, relationships, jobs and other parts of normal life.

    'Gaming Disorder' Revives Medical Debate on Addiction

    The strictest definition of addiction refers to a disease resulting from changes in brain chemistry caused by compulsive use of drugs or alcohol. The definition includes excessive use that damages health, relationships, jobs and other parts of normal life.

    Parkinson's meds tied to higher rate of gambling, sex addiction than thought

    The team, led by Dr. Jean-Christophe Corvol, of the ICM Brain and Spine Institute at the Sorbonne University in Paris, identified impulse-control problems, such as binge-eating, sexual addiction, compulsive shopping and gambling. Other reported behaviors ...

    Is Gaming Addiction a Thing?

    ... although the term “addiction” should probably be reserved for biological addiction to substances. Gaming disorder, rather, is a pure compulsive behavior. So what is gaming disorder? Gaming disorder is defined in the draft 11th Revision of the ...

    Health experts applaud WHO's stand on video game addiction

    Local health experts are applauding the World Health Organization for declaring compulsive video game playing an addictive behaviour disorder. According to WHO, those affected show a pattern of behaviour characterized by "impaired control over gaming ...

    WHO states that compulsive gaming is a disease for video games addiction

    News24xx.com - Unceasingly, World Health Organization (WHO) calls that addiction to playing games as a mental illness. If previously WHO gave the term of Gaming Disorder, now, WHO has another term for mental illness due to playing games. This latest term ...
 

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