Here are some real life incidents
PlayerUnknown’s Battleground popularly Called PUBG has generated some Significant headlines in the Last Few days. A lot of people have highlighted various health concerns due to the higher participation from the game. However, according to recent responses due to the intense dependence, the players have confronted many health issues. But this new debut has received mixed responses because the gamers hooked to the sport get frustrated when the game stops.
We talked to various PUBG lovers to describe their personal experiences and what will be the various changes and wellness issues they face.
After a thorough conversation with the PUBG lovers here are a few real incidents that the addicts clarified.
- The sport significantly impacts the sleeping pattern of a person. Inadequate sleep can cause many chronic and severe health problems like obesity, higher blood pressure and cardiovascular ailments
- Another disadvantage that almost every participant experienced is pain from the eyes due to long term exposure to cellular phones
- Addiction is another element which contributes to significant changes in one’s daily regimen. Addiction contributes to lack of physical activity, particularly in children. It also reduces one’s social interaction
Gaurav out of Delhi, a 24-year-old described the match especially does not lead to some specific harmful impact. However he has undergone some behavioural changes. As the game involves violence, an individual can create an aggressive behaviour. Similarly, Gaurav has noticed more aggression. However, the player also clarified that he has experienced violent nature majorly when he has confronted some technological glitch or disturbance while enjoying the game. While other health issues that he faced are because of the long-term use of mobile phone such as pain in hands or eyes. Gaurav plays the game continuously for many hours during the day and also compromises his sleep and play with the game continuously for the whole night. It has disturbed his sleeping routine majorly.
Another player Rohan who is 21 years old, who spends 6-7 hours each day on the renowned game has suffered from frequent headaches and pain in the uterus. Ronan did not report any alteration in his behavior. However he got hooked on the game and spent his greatest hours playing the match. Today he doesn’t play the game much on account of the frequent headaches.
It was noticed among a large number of children, teenagers as well as adults that they got addicted to the game in just couple of days that made them spend their maximum hours playing the game. Following the conversation with Tamanna, a Delhi woman who loves the game a lot clarified that most of the members of her family are involved with the match of distinct age classes. She advised that the kids and adults in her family spend their free-time playing PUBG. She revealed that instead of enjoying the perfect time or indulging themselves in some sort of physical activity, the kids of the home play PUBG after returning from college. Likewise the adults of the house indulge themselves in the game after a exhausting day at the office.
After the conversation with all these addicts of this popular game, these points could be clearly reasoned:
The sport significantly impacts the sleeping pattern of a person. Inadequate sleep can cause many chronic and severe health problems like obesity, higher blood pressure and cardiovascular ailments
Another disadvantage that almost every participant experienced is pain from the eyes due to long term exposure to cellular phones
Addiction is another element which contributes to significant changes in one’s daily regimen. Addiction contributes to lack of physical activity, particularly in children. It also reduces one’s social interaction
Afterwards we talked to Dr. Kunal Kumar, who is a psychiatrist at Sharda Medical College, regarding this growing dilemma. He explained that the sport involves violence which results in aggressive character of somebody and kids tend to be more exposed to such matters. Children face a drop in their own academic performance due to intense dependence on the game and changes in their characters due to the violence involved with the sport. Additionally, it makes the children anti-social. Addiction of this game is an additional major concern because in the event that you prevent a child from playing PUBG afterward he or she may feel stressed on account of the addiction of the match. In such a situation a whole ban on the game won’t help. You cannot prevent your kid from enjoying PUBG immediately. Parents ought to reduce their kid’s playing time gradually. Parents should be more involved in their child’s life rather than social websites. They ought to provide more quality time for their kids that’s quite significant and interact face to face with their children. Later this dependence becomes an obsession. If it turns into obsession then one needs a medical treatment or treatment session.
If you are also one of the addicts then you should reduce the number of hours spent on the game. Additionally, attempt to indulge yourself into more bodily and social pursuits.