How can gambling affect your life ?

Actual problem gambling can have a negative impact on personal finances as it is unmanageable to continue to avoid losses. As well as investing income, investments and cash spare, debts may also be a function of gambling issue due to borrowings and loans to cover losses from gambling. The consequences of problem gambling, however, may be more than just losing money. Problem gamblers sometimes claim they feel alone as a result of their lonely chasing-loss pursuits. To gamble, there’s a tendency to stay away from school, college or work. Additionally, gambling is also a problem, lack of interest in sustaining relationships and lack of desire to participate in social activities.

 

Is gambling affecting your mental health?

Are you experiencing some or all of the following?
• Having extreme emotions or mood swings?
• Feeling that gambling is the only thing you enjoy, to the exclusion of other things?
• Finding it difficult to sleep?
• Feeling depressed or anxious?
• Having suicidal thoughts?
• Using gambling as a way to deal with other problems or emotions in your life?

As well as the more apparent impact that gambling addiction can have on a financial situation, your mental health can also be seriously affected. According to the Royal College of Psychiatrists, problem gamblers are more likely to suffer from low self-esteem, develop stress-related problems, become depressed, have poor sleep and appetite, develop a problem with drug abuse and suffer from depression than others.

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