For most young people, playing games on a computer, video game console, or handheld device is just a regular part of the day. Most are able to juggle the multiple demands of school, sports, work or chores, and family life. Gaming becomes an addiction when it starts to interfere with a person’s relationships or their pursuit of other goals, such as good grades or being a contributing member of a sports team.
Game addiction is a growing problem all over the World and there are lots of video game-related health problems. I have seen on the news that a cambodian father chained up son over gaming activities. Video games addiction is responsible for serious problems.
On the other hand, latest researches show that video gaming can have good effects on our healths. This infographic shows games can do some remarkable things for your brain and body.
Source: Frugal Dad