Internet Gambling


Is something that many westerns enjoy. Some people participate in online gambling games on a monthly basis and some even do so on a weekly basis. But what when person gambles online on a daily basis and basically lose control over his or hers ability to stop participating in casino, poker or any kind of gambling game?

The question is; what are the indicators for an internet gambling addiction and how can a person spot a problem? Let’s go over a few principles and resources that will help anyone in need of getting rid of gambling addiction to cope with their problem.


Online Gambling Addiction Symptoms:

While gambling online is fun and entertaining, gambling online, in most cases, shouldn’t be something a person should be doing on a daily basis unless he or she are playing purely for fun by utilizing demo accounts in the various internet casinos. If a person happens to play for real money on a daily basis, lose money and continue playing then that is a symptom of an addiction.
What most gambling addicts don’t realize just as smokers who have a hard time getting rid of smoking is that they relate to their issue as a habit instead of an addiction.

If you, or someone you may know relate to online gambling on a daily basis as a habit, then that is certainly an indicator of a gambling addiction. Addiction and a habit are completely different; fishing can be related to as a habit but you won’t find too many people having to go fishing on a daily basis unless they have financial attachments to the activity (Making a living or something alike). Internet gambling addiction in general is not something so common but since gambling addiction in general is something which is wide spread across North America, the option to participate in internet gambling games online is not good for those in need of help.


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The Have I Got A Problem website is a free online resource to help people better understand any issues or concerns they may have about mental health or addiction. The website includes resources specifically focused to; general Mental Health, Depression, Stress, Anxiety, Insecurities, Self-harm Schizophrenia, Bipolar, Anger Management, Eating Disorders, Coping, general Addiction, Alcohol, Smoking, Gambling, Drugs, Cocaine, Heroin, Marijuana (Cannabis) Ecstasy, PCP, Mephedrone, Ketamine & Crystal Meth.

The site was created to give the public information to help them understand mental health and addiction issues and to assist people in making better informed decisions about their life and personal choices. was created and is run by 'Advising Communities’, which is a UK registered charity (Charity No. 1061055)


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