Has anyone ever had to go to rehab for playing games too long?

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  1. DChance2 profile image56
    DChance2posted 3 years ago

    Has anyone ever had to go to rehab for playing games too long?

    If so, how did you recover? Which games are the most addictive?

  2. connorj profile image80
    connorjposted 3 years ago

    https://usercontent1.hubstatic.com/11837350_f260.jpg

    I was involved in a long and drawn out game when I was 14 years of age. It went to triple over-time before it was ended with a goal I assisted on. We were so exhausted; yet the exhaustion did not appear until after over-time ended. Some of us collapsed. Our coach demanded/insisted that we re-hab. by riding stationary bikes for approximately 30 minutes.
    I now play old timers hockey and it is somewhat ironic and appropriate for this particular question that our team is named after the nick-name of the Montreal Canadians. There nick name is the Habs. I play hockey for the Orlando Re-Habs!

    1. DChance2 profile image56
      DChance2posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      I am more of a fan. I don't play.

    2. connorj profile image80
      connorjposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      I apologize for my slanted answer gravitating towards my sport of choice...

    3. DChance2 profile image56
      DChance2posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      No, go right ahead and comment. Rehab must be a fun activity even when you are playing hockey. I am sure it would be horrible for you to stop playing because it was too addicting. I am not saying to stop playing for fun.

  3. micko27 profile image74
    micko27posted 3 years ago

    I play some games too long and I have periods when I just play games but it is not serious and after some times it stops and I focus on work without games.

    But I do know couple of people addicted to games. I know few who do have money as their wife/husband earn a lot and they are just all the day at home and play games. And they do not care about anything else.

    About addictive games, there are no category of games which are addictive but mostly that are massive multiplayer games for which you have to be all the time online and act. To attack people, defend if attacked, build new building when building slot is available. So some kind of massive strategy games. If you are too long offline - enemies will kill you so you must be there.

  4. AaronBurton profile image61
    AaronBurtonposted 3 years ago

    No, I would just not quit cold turkey and shy away from it day by day.

 
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