Date: 3 weeks ago   Category: Medicine

WHO recognized overfatigue and a game addiction as diseases


At the session of the World assembly of health care in Geneva approved MKB-11. It will come into force since 2022. The World Health Organization approved the 11th version of the International classification of diseases (MKB-11) at the session of the World assembly of health care in Geneva, is reported on the website of WHO on May 25. The overfatigue which is also called the Syndrome of emotional burning out is described as "physical and mental exhaustion owing to the chronic stress connected with work". In a case with a game addiction to diagnose it as a disease, but not hobby, it is necessary to record not native influence of computer games on family, social, educational, professional and other areas of life. Usually game frustration is observed within at least 12 months. The updated document of WHO will come into force since January 1, 2022. Earlier scientists said that school students gamers study better, than their peers, players it is less or not players at all, girls gamers become more often "technicians". News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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