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Jammu boy admitted to hospital after playing PUBG mobile for 10 consecutive days
1/10/2019 10:10:44 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Jan 10: You must have heard a lot of incidents in your locality where Indian mothers are beating their children for playing PUBG Mobile. The young kids of India are playing this most popular game for hours and hours. If we step outside our houses, we will see people screaming "KILL HIM", "REVIVE ME", and all other PUBG slags. Well, the truth is - the game is all over our minds.
But, if I ask you "Have you ever seen someone injuring himself while playing PUBG Mobile?"
Recently, a fitness trainer from Jammu was admitted to hospital as he was playing PUBG Mobile for 10 consecutive days. The Jammu boy was found addicted to PUBG Mobile. When further investigated, it was found that he was injuring himself for not completing the missions.
The patient is psychologically unstable. As per the health reports, the trainer has physically injured him with constant hitting while completing the tasks in the game. The doctor said:
"The patient is unstable at the moment and has partially lost his mental balance"
The doctor further said that the patient has lost his consciousness and is still under the influence of PUBG Mobile. There is a regular treatment going on in the hospital. According to the doctors, the patient will be fine within the next few days.
This is not the first time when such an incident has happened. Earlier, in Jammu, there have been cases reported where patients were diagnosed with PUBG Mobile addiction. As reported a few months back, one of the hospitals' staff quoted:
"These are the cases that have been examined and diagnosed after the patients were brought to the hospital but we apprehend that there might be many other such cases existing but either left ignored or not being understood by the families"
The user interface of PUBG Mobile is addictive. Since it is free to download, it is always there on the smartphones of people who love games. Considering the negative effects of this game, many Indian institutes like Vellore Institue of Technology have banned this game inside their campuses. Following the same measure, the locals of Jammu have requested their state government to ban PUBG Mobile.
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