Video game addiction - Wikipedia
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The World Health Organization announced this week it is formally recognizing gaming addiction as a mental health condition. The disorder, which experts say affects no more than 3 percent of all gamers, has three main characteristics: loss of control over gaming habits, prioritizing gaming over other activities, and continuing to play despite negative consequences.
Detox for video game addiction may sound like a stretch, but addiction experts say the concept makes sense. "I was surprised we didn't think of it here in America," says Kimberly Young, PsyD, clinical director of the Center for On-Line Addiction and author of Caught in the Net: How to Recognize the Signs of Internet Addiction -- and a Winning Strategy for Recovery . "I've had so many parents call me over the last year or two, particularly about the role-playing games online. I see it getting worse as the opportunity to game grows - for example, cell phone gaming."
These signs are really no different than those present with a substance abuse addiction and in may ways, compulsive video gaming can be treated using similar methods that are used to treat substance abuse. Compulsive gaming not only has many of the same signs as substance abuse addictions or problems, it also has many withdrawal symptoms or stages that come when the addict stops playing video games such as insomnia, anger, violent behaviors and other disorders most of which are treatable with time and therapy. According to the National Academic Advising Association , an excessive gaming problem becomes an addiction when it is used to change a person’s mood.
Griffiths has also proposed that another reason why online video games are potentially addictive is because they "can be played all day every day". The fact that there is no end to the game can feel rewarding for some, and hence players are further engaged in the game. 
There are two main mechanisms behind many variations of this practice, both resulting in cerebral hypoxia (oxygen deprivation to the brain). The two mechanisms tend to be confused with each other or treated as one but are quite dissimilar although both have the potential to cause permanent brain damage or death. The two mechanisms are strangulation and self-induced hypocapnia  and work as follows:
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Until recently, it was controversial to apply the word “addiction” to a behavior. Addiction was a term reserved for heroin, crack, cocaine—tangible things the body screamed out for. Substance addiction makes sense; behavioral addictions, psychologists argued , were fuzzier. Nicotine is addictive at its core: Smoke too much, and you’ll risk craving cigarettes, feeling volatile without a smoke, struggling to stop, even while knowing the health repercussions. But when the vast majority of players can enjoy Fortnite long-term without suffering a major blow to their quality of life, is “gaming addiction” a legitimate problem?
What is computer game addiction , what are the symptoms, when is it diagnosed, how common is it, & how is it treated?
For someone who plays addiction solitaire for the first time, it might seems a boring game where you have to click randomly on the cards. If you try to click it randomly you will lose very quick. This is why you need to use some strategies. It might also look an easy game because at every moment there are only 4 cards which are movable and you see all the cards. It shouldn't be that hard to pick the right one, isn't it? But if you plan in advance you will realize that at each step the number of options grows exponentially. This is where the beauty of it comes and the addiction.