Who have alarming danger of immense losses due to their misconceptions about gambling as a treatment of their emotional distress and pressure of life. This group takes gambling as a resort to escape the problems of life and involve themselves in bigger troubles associated with problem gambling. The third group involves individuals with some kind of neurological or Neuro-chemical dysfunction. This group is highly vulnerable to problem gambling due to impulsivity and attention deficits (Blaszczynski 2000). Such importance and high emphasize on problem gambling lead to the discussion of impacts that these gambling patterns have on the youth which is the major part of our society and upcoming future.The gambling behaviors in youngsters are closely related to their exposure to gambling in their childhood. They start gambling as an adoption of behaviors they experienced in childhood and if they win in the start their greed to win more empowers them to continue gambling. In the losing phase, they are more likely to win back what they had lost earlier. This urge and empowerment leads to desperation and motivation to bring more money with legal or illegal activities and stay in the game. Such desperation mostly resulted in illegal activities like cheating, stealing, robbing, nonpayment of debts and so on (Hales 2006, pp. 305-307; National Research Council (US) 1999, pp.Health effects: The younger generation is often exposed to other dangers when they involve in gambling within casinos, gaming zones and other areas covered by private owners. The addiction of gambling alone brings psychological disorders, attention deficits, depression, violent behaviors and aggression. In addition to these threats to psychological and physical well being of younger generation, alcohol, cocaine, heroin, tobacco and other addictives available in the play premises also affect their habits and behaviors towards the addictive things. Studies reveal that most of the younger population involved in problem gambling is vulnerable and more motivated to involve in other addictions like alcohol, cigarettes and so on. Indeed, such addictions bring health problems which are not limited to psychological or mental illness but involve other diseases like cardiovascular disease (Coombs 2004, pp.Educational effects: Problem gambling not only leads to health disorders but also affect the performance of youth in other areas. These include but are not limited to their educational
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