Gambling Disorders

Gambling disorders, also known as pathological gambling or gambling addiction, are characterized by persistent and recurrent problematic gambling behaviour that disrupts personal, familial, or vocational pursuits. This behavioural addiction is marked by an inability to control the urge to gamble, despite severe negative consequences. In summary, gambling disorders represent a significant public health concern, affecting individuals, families, and communities. Early intervention, effective treatment, and support services are crucial in helping individuals overcome the challenges posed by gambling addiction, fostering healthier, balanced lives free from the grip of compulsive gambling behaviours.

  • Compulsive Behaviour
  • Escalation and Chasing Losses
  • Family and Social Impacts
  • Neurobiological Factors

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