- PUBG is the latest addictive game that everyone loves
- Is this addicting harmful to your health?
- Here are some real incidents you must read
- 19659004] Also know tips from experts to cope with the situation
PlayerUnknown's battlefield, commonly known as PUBG, has been in the last few days made some important headlines. Many people have highlighted various health concerns due to increasing involvement in the game. The popular game is a multiplayer game where you can connect with your friends and enjoy the game. According to recent responses due to extreme addiction, players have many health problems. The creators of the game have recently introduced a 6-hour time limit to control the number of hours a person spends on the game. This new introduction has received mixed reactions as the addicted players are frustrated when the game ends.
We spoke with various PUBG fans to describe their personal experiences and the various changes and health issues they face.
After a detailed interview with the PUBG fans, some of the games were described by
Gaurav of Delhi, a 24-year-old man who picked up the game six months ago. According to Gaurav, the game has no harmful effects, but his family has found that he has become more aggressive in recent months. Because the game involves violence, you can develop aggressive behavior. When asked directly, he said, " I often become aggressive and violent, especially when I encounter or interfere with technological disruptions during the game" (19459016).
" While other health problems I've experienced so far are due to the long-term use of cell phones like pain in the eyes or hands Gaurav added.
Gaurav plays the game continuously for many hours During the day, it also interferes with his sleep and plays the game continuously for the whole night, disturbing his sleep patterns, which can lead to serious health complications he does not notice.
Another player, Rohan, 21 years old He has just finished college and after completing his academic session he tried the game for the first time, spending 6-7 hours a day playing the famous game that has suffered from frequent headaches and eye pain, and Ronan has no change in his behavior But he was initially addicted to the game and spent his maximum hours there with playing the game. As a medical student, he recognized the negative effects of this addiction, which is why he stopped the game because of frequent headaches.
A large number of children, teenagers and adults were found to be addicted to the game Only a few days spent playing their maximum time. Later we switched to Tamanna, the first female player we met. During the conversation with Tamanna, a girl from Delhi, she revealed that she initially felt empowered to play the game as she was struggling with weapons and heavy equipment. She also explained that most members of her family are involved in the game of different age groups, which has fascinated her from the game. She said that all children and adults in their family spend their free time playing PUBG. She revealed that PUBG's children play after returning from school instead of enjoying the ideal time or exercising. Similarly, after a busy day in the office, the grown-ups of the house treat themselves to the game.
" Now everyone in my family is coming together and sitting together, but we are not communicating with our phones and playing the game together Well, I can say that we are now more verbal through the game and less verbally throughout the day "
After talking with these popular game addicts, the following points can be clearly deduced:
- The game has a significant impact on a person's sleep patterns. Inadequate sleep can lead to many chronic and serious health problems such as obesity, high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease
- Another drawback that almost every player has experienced is pain in the eyes due to long-term exposure to mobile phones
- big changes in everyday life. Addiction leads to lack of exercise, especially in children. It also reduces a person's social interaction.
Later we spoke with Kunal Kumar Psychiatrist at Sharda Medical College, regarding this growing concern. He explained that the game involves violence, which leads to an aggressive nature of a person, and children are more exposed to such things. Children experience a decline in academic achievement due to extreme dependence on the game and personality changes due to the violence associated with the game. It also makes the children anti-social. The addiction to the game is also very important, because if you discourage a child from PUBG, it can be frightening due to the addiction of the game. In such a situation, a complete ban on the game does not help. You can not stop your child from playing PUBG immediately. Parents should gradually reduce the playing time of their child. Parents should be more involved in their child's life than in social media. They should give their children more time, which is very important, and exchange face to face with their children. Later, this addiction becomes an obsession. When it becomes an obsession, you need a medical treatment or therapy session.
Also read: Too much screen time damages the sight of children.
If you are also one of the addicts, you should reduce the number of hours you spend on the game. Also, try to devote yourself to physical and social activities.
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Written by: Varsha Vats
Source: Onlymyhealth Editorial Staff March 29, 2019