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Playstation Thumb: Here's What To Do About Your Unhealthy Gaming Addiction

Like most vices and addictions, obsessive video gaming has proven time and time again that it's bad for you. Obviously, any activity that...


Like most vices and addictions, obsessive video gaming has proven time and time again that it's bad for you. Obviously, any activity that requires you to sit for long bouts of time is likely going to have adverse effects on your body (and probably your social life too)—but it's not just the sedentary nature of gaming that's harmful. Staring at a screen for long periods of time, overuse of certain muscles (and underuse of others), and social isolation are all aspects of obsessive video game culture that can take a toll on your physical and mental well-being.

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