Getting Addicted to Online Casino?

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If you are spending too much time in front of a computer, or using your smartphones playing online casino, you might want to control the habit just a little bit.

The access to casinos now days is very easy and comfortable. First it was the land based casinos, than the internet was invented, and most recently the smartphones has changed our lives forever. Today, you can play everywhere you go. you can play multiple mobile casino games of your choice in one click.., there are plenty of games for everyone too. From mobile poker to roulette and bingo, there are even scratch cards for mobile phones, all with great design and user experience. (well, most of them anyways..).

But when it's that available, one must be also careful not to exaggerate and constantly play with it. as in almost everything, too much can be damaging. One friend played regular poker games online, spending five to six hours every day just playing cards in the digital world. This continued for about two months until he noticed that he had been skipping meals, his eyes are getting strained and he is having these head aches, and his electric bills had been higher for the past months. Friends were straightforwardly telling him of this obsession and when he noticed and was convinced that he was getting really addicted about the game, he stopped and reflected. It took him almost four months of strict discipline to ultimately cut down his playing time and manage the obsession.

Online Casino fans must agree that the games that we engage in in this platform can be addictive if you you are a person of little restraint. However, too much of anything, like i said, can be pretty destructive for a person. If you are starting to border on some poker addiction (or other online casino game for that matter), exercise vigilance and follow these three steps to maintain the hobby, but stop the obsession.

1. Set a specific time schedule in playing the game. If you play five hours a day, try to reduce it to three hours a day for two weeks, then 2 hours a day for two weeks, until you reach a healthy an hour a day play for hobbyists.

2. Try to find other things to do in real life. If you are addicted to online stuff, try to find something worth your while in real life – like sports or offline hobbies.

3. Hang out with friends in real life or concentrate on your work. A change in perspective is difficult so you need the help of your friends or family to get distracted.

There is nothing wrong in playing online and on mobile, that's easy and fun, but not too much. Like in alcoholic beverage signs, play moderately.

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