Gap Fill - Gaming Disorder - Level 2


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The WHO has said that too gaming is a mental health . The WHO has put "gaming " on its official list of . The is called the International Classification of Diseases. Gaming disorder happens when people cannot stop playing and gaming becomes more than other interests. The WHO says this must happen for at a year to be a gaming disorder. Someone with gaming disorder will play if they know they have problems and they have suffered " consequences" from too gaming.

The WHO said doctors should know that gaming addiction is a to people's health that has "" consequences. A WHO spokesman said most people who play games don't have a disorder. However, in circumstances, too much gaming can lead to problems. Some believe that too much gaming is not a mental . Psychiatrist Allen Frances compared a gaming to coffee addiction. He said: "Billions of people around the are hooked on caffeine for or better functioning, but only rarely does this cause more trouble than its ."

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