Gambling Problem and Help
Most people gamble for entertainment, within reasonable limits and within their financial capabilities. However, for a small percentage of people, gambling is not always a form of entertainment, it can be gambling problem that must be treated with all seriousness. The problematic gambling behaviour. In 1980, pathological gambling problem/addiction was officially recognized and included in the list of psychological disorders of the international classification system DSM-IV and ICD-10. It is defined as a long, repetitive and often increasing craving for the gambling games, regardless of existing negative personal and social circumstances, such as debt, breaking family relationships and slowing of the professional growth.