Fun and games, whether they’re for children or adults, can be addictive.
In fact, we know that these games have been linked to increased aggression, depression, and suicide.
So why is it that so many people enjoy them?
A new study from the US National Institutes of Health suggests that these addictive games are a form of entertainment for people who are more “social”.
And the results of the study are fascinating.
The research shows that social interaction is a key factor in the development of addiction.
When it comes to the effects of addictive video games, it’s social interactions that are the main driver.
The researchers found that the more people were exposed to the addictive game, the more they liked the game.
For instance, in the experiment, people who played the popular Candy Crush Saga game more than two hours a day had higher levels of craving and craving-related symptoms than those who played it less than two to three hours a week.
These social interactions may help to explain why so many of us play these games.
These studies have highlighted the importance of social interactions for addictive video game players.
This is also one of the reasons why people are more likely to get hooked on games like Candy Crush.
And when we talk about addiction, we should not forget that social interactions are also crucial for getting addicted to addictive video gaming.
But if we can avoid being too reliant on social interactions, we can at least control the amount of time we spend playing these addictive video-games.
For example, the study found that if we try to reduce the time spent playing Candy Crush and other addictive video gamers, we reduce their social interactions.
This means that we can decrease the amount that we spend on these games by playing fewer hours of them a week or less.
It also means that when people are able to cut out social interactions during their addiction, they will not experience any social withdrawal symptoms.
It is worth mentioning that the results showed that social withdrawal was not an outcome that was related to addictive games.
The authors concluded that the amount people spent on these addictive gaming titles did not correlate with any addictive behaviors or negative health effects.
They also noted that people who were able to reduce their consumption of addictive gaming did not experience a negative health effect from these activities.
But, again, these results do not mean that we should avoid playing addictive video videogames.
We can limit the amount we spend and increase the amount our friends spend on the same games.
There are also social rewards that can help us quit video gaming, which is another reason why it is so important to reduce our social isolation when we are hooked on these game.
It may be that this addictive video gamer is just trying to maintain a certain social status, so as to avoid the negative consequences of withdrawal symptoms that we are experiencing from social isolation.
It could also be that he or she is trying to avoid getting hooked on the addictive video media.
In any case, these findings are fascinating, and we can all learn from them.
For more information on social isolation, check out our infographic on social exclusion.
How do you manage to play addictive video video games while avoiding social isolation?
The next time you’re in a situation where you are having trouble falling in love with someone, you can think about playing addictive games instead.
But don’t be afraid to explore these other addictive games that have been popular for a long time.
If you want to know how to find the best social games for you, check this out: What’s the best video game for couples?