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The World Health Organization (WHO) has that too much gaming is officially a mental health problem. The WHO put "gaming addiction" as a mental health condition on its official list of diseases. The list is the International Classification of Diseases (ICD). It that gaming disorder when people cannot playing and gaming becomes more important than other interests in life. The WHO says this must for at least a year for a doctor to say someone has gaming disorder. Someone with gaming disorder will on gaming even if they know they a problem and they have "negative consequences" from gaming too much.

The WHO said doctors should aware that addiction to gaming is a clear and present danger to people's health because it "serious" consequences. A WHO spokesman said: "Most people who video games don't a disorder, just like most people who alcohol don't have a disorder either. However, in certain circumstances, overuse can to adverse effects." Some doctors believe that too much gaming should not considered a mental illness. Psychiatrist Allen Frances an addiction to gaming to coffee addiction. He said: "Billions of people around the world are on caffeine for fun or better functioning, but only rarely this cause more trouble than its worth."

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