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Author NOT ENTERTAINMENT, BUT A DANGEROUS DISEASE (1 posts)
2/12/21 04:31 - Quote
NOT ENTERTAINMENT, BUT A DANGEROUS DISEASE
The development of modern technology and the accessibility of gambling to the population has led our country not only to a change in living conditions but also to the emergence of new psychological addictions. To some people, slot machines or lotteries seem like entertainment and a harmless way to relieve stress.

The agents of gambling addiction are endlessly varied. Apart from 50 dragons slot machines, they include card games (poker, Blackjack, etc.), dominoes and roulette. Gambling as a form of leisure or entertainment is ubiquitous, and the vast majority of people occasionally play in casinos, on slot machines, go to the races, betting, buying lottery tickets. In this regard, many American researchers consider gambling to be a serious social problem that poses a threat to a segment of the population. The problem is exacerbated by the fact that in some cases gambling is a relaxing, emotional release, a distraction from unpleasant problems and is seen as a pleasant way to spend time. Through this mechanism, addiction gradually sets in and addiction develops.

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