Father of 4, teen unplug for weeks to break video gaming obsessions | ABC News



Chris from Ohio and Josh from Michigan both were gaming for hours on end until experts intervened and helped them give up gaming.

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27 Comments

  1. Remember kids, if you're obsessed with music you have a PASSION for music, and ur very smart and kool and probably the next mozart or skrillex, but if you're obsessed with videogames.. pff.. you are ADDICTED to videogames!11!1

    then this fkin filthy pieces of shit realized that people good at competitive VGs are making a living out of it… then the culture changes….

    YOU FUCKIN MISERABLE RACE OF APES WITH YOUR MISERABLE MONEY AND SHITTY INDOCTRINATED BRAINS

  2. His brain was obviously impaired by irregular and short sleep patterns, sitting in a chair for 10+ hours a day, probably eating only junk and shutting himself in his room. The video games didn't do that to his brain.
    Any self-respecting and serious doctor or "brain scanner" or whatever would take all those different things into account, not just point to the results and say "see? video games did that!" which you have no studies showing.
    Absolutely horrid display of proffessionalism.

  3. Doctors say gamers decreased brain activity is bad…
    … though research in musicians has shown the same considering it as good (Brain less active for same amount of "processing".)

    wtf…

  4. LMAO his parents are actually fucking stupid. I play WAY LONGER than 5 hours. This nigga ain’t even close to my hours. I still get good grades and enough sleep. He dose not need all this fucking studying done on him these people are actually stupid

  5. I used to play league of legends religiously. I thought I was going to be playing league of legends this way for the rest of my life. Glad I quit that stupid game.

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