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PUBG addiction:- Huda Abid

Online multiplayer game, PUBG is common in Pakistan. There are various action games that are psychologically harmful. Children who play violent games are more likely to have elevated war-like notions, sentiments, and behaviors and are not inclined towards helping others.

The World Health Organisation in 2018 declared gaming addiction as a mental health disorder. Addiction to video games increases depression and anxiety levels. The known outcome of playing PUBG is a strain on the eyes, frazzle, migraine, obesity, poor sleep, and more. Psychological health issues are there too such as depression, insomnia, and even substance abuse as a result of compulsive disorder. I don’t understand why people are wasting so much time uselessly. People should use their time wisely because, in the end, we might just not have enough of it.

There is a difference between your virtual and real life. For addicts, it can be difficult to separate the two. It is crucial that you do not let the gaming environment interfere with your personal life. Plus, in gaming worlds like PUBG, things can get competitive and turn unhealthy and this makes it more dangerous than any other addiction. It impacts your decision-making skills.

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