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To let or not to let your children to play gambling games?

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Studies around the world have revealed that the average age at which children start gambling, is 10 years. Children see Gambling regularly, almost every day in the shops, where the box office selling lottery tickets; go online and see here online slots free slot machines. Most often, children under the age of 18 are addicted to the following types of gambling: instant lotteries, poker and betting in bookmakers on sporting games.
How does the addition influence the health of the child?
1. Neurotic changes. In the first place, there is depression and social detachment, the child ceases to communicate normally with others and withdraws into himself. Sometimes this leads to a deep protracted depression. Also, the capacity for work is reduced, the child ceases to study and forgets about his favorite hobby. Children often suffer from insomnia, which is certainly reflected in their performance and health.
2. Autonomic failures. At first glance, it seems that online gambling only affects mood, but in fact, it is not. Endorphins, adrenaline, and enkephalins are actively produced during the game, that seems very attractive to the child because the mood rises and stimulates brain activity. But do not forget that these processes will soon become a habit, and the body will be worn out. The negative impact of gambling on children confirmed by many physicians because it is reflected even in the work of the gastrointestinal tract. It may develop gastritis or ulcer, and it is a huge burden on the heart. The vessels and veins become weak and vulnerable, are actively developing various diseases.
How to protect the child from gambling addiction?
An example of parents in the upbringing of children plays a very important role. Children imitate adults, which are constantly surrounded by. You can play any game, it is important as an adult reacts in the presence of a child in a particular situation, explains his actions. The adult should focus on the skills and encouragement, instead of luck and an easy win.
It is better to get children acquainted with the games that stimulate the desire to win. Most of the people do not associate card games with something evil, it is just a way to spend time with friends. Take for example the game «Scrabble», it stimulates the knowledge of the native language board game. The game "Monopoly" will give the first clue how to economize.
Gambling is associated with slot machines, roulette or some other gambling games in a casino counterparts, and similar games on the Internet, often causing loss of human reality. Today the activity of the online casinos is limited very much, that is why most of the people use European services, which are easier to access, so pay attention if your child spends time on sites, where is written darmowa ruletka online (free roulette online) or something like this. Such games don't have benefit to children's development, but on the contrary, they can affect the physical exhaustion and sociopathy development. Prevention is better than treatment - there is one recipe: spend time with the children, play with them, do not leave alone with another reality.

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