An addiction to gambling can be as alcoholism and drug addiction.
Gambling is a chronic though gradual condition that occurs when an individual is unable to
control the impulse to participate in gambling, regardless of the impact that it may have on one’s life.
The disorder frequently leads to stress, extensive debt, a gradually worsened gambling problem especially if the procedure is left untreated.
Although gambling has a clear financial effect, it is fundamentally an emotional issue.
The precise cause of gambling addiction is unknown, but both the environment and genetics has a major contribution factor.
Gambling traits are often similar to the symptoms of substance abuse.
The noticeable signs of a compulsive gambler are as follows: lying to hide the problem,
developing an obsession with gambling, avoiding problems, borrowing from others to finance
gambling, destroying personal or professional relationships, trying to win money, and feeling
irritable or uneasy while attempting to stop.
Compulsive gambling can ruin relationships and cause massive debt.
Felony crimes are said to have been committed sometimes with compulsive gamblers.
Attempted and possible suicides have been noticed in the roles of depressed gamblers.
Related complications are anxiety, loss of employment, heart attacks, and drug abuse.
Some have also lost their homes and cars due to their financial situations.
Divorce has been an issue with some compulsive gamblers.
Men, adolescents, elderly, disabled, and others with mental disorders are known to have gambling addictions.
Overall, anyone that has ever gambled, has a 50% chance of becoming a compulsive gambler.
Gambling is a distraction for most people. Most families with a gambler, often plans a family vacation.
Often he or she ventures off to the nearest casino or race track to get