‘You can die from online gaming’

“Gaming can kill you,” says a South Korean researcher from the National Institute of Scientific Investigation. Of course, because it showed last week again when a Korean showed that 10 days of non-stop gaming is not that good for the heart.

Dr Song Hyeong-gon tells us that many people do not understand the risks of online gaming (but also people who are so online). However, the risk is great and can seriously damage your health. In particular, people who sleep little and remain constantly active online almost never realize how exhausted and stressed they actually are. He therefore concludes that such related conditions that cause exhaustion can even lead to death.

“Because they are stressed by the obsession with winning the game, they consume a considerable amount of energy. In such a physically exhausted condition, exposure to bright colors or stimulating images on the screen is likely to irritate the cerebral cortex and can cause sudden death.”

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Meet Quentin Reed, a computer enthusiast hailing from Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. With a strong foundation in Computer Science from his education, Quentin has delved into the world of technology with great passion. As a Software Test Analyst from 2018 to 2020, he honed his skills in ensuring the quality and functionality of software applications. Currently serving as a Manager at Gaming Laptops, Quentin combines his expertise in computers with his love for gaming. Embracing his identity as a computer geek, he continues to explore the ever-evolving landscape of technology, eager to stay at the forefront of innovation and contribute to the digital realm.