Online Gambling Addiction: During the Coronation period, many people turned to online gambling. A new study, The Lancet Psychiatry, discusses gambling addiction, self-defense, and remedies.
While there were no serious negative consequences, a large number of people became addicted to gambling during the Coronation period.
Gambling addiction has led to a sharp rise in the number of women seeking help in Britain, according to a new study. Online gambling addiction leads people to mental health problems, perceptions, and relationship problems; It also leads to bankruptcy and crime.
Symptoms of alcoholism and drug addiction appear directly in front. However, the symptoms of gambling addiction are not obvious.
A new study, The Lancet Psychiatry, discusses gambling addiction, self-defense and remedies.
The number of gamblers in the age group of 17 to 27 is high and there is a growing trend towards rejection of gambling in later years, say, researchers. Those with addiction problems increase betting and go bankrupt; The study also found that alcohol and cigarette addiction were linked to gambling.
Asia ranks third in gambling:
According to a 2016 survey by the World Health Organization, people around the world lose Rs 2.95 crore to gambling every year. A 2021 survey by the UK's Gambling Commission found that 0.4 percent of the population suffers from gambling addiction. Asia ranks third in the world in gambling after North America and Australia, with Europe having the lowest number of gamblers, according to another survey.