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PUBG is an
online multiplayer battle royale game that has gained immense popularity in a
short span of time. However, there are some gamers who are pretty addicted to
this game which is why it has become a major concern for many. Getting addicted
to PUBG can give rise to certain mental and physical health issues that you,
yourself may not be aware of. So, here are the 7 negative side effects that
PUBG has on one’s mental and physical health that everyone should be careful

  1. It is extremely violent

PUBG has a notorious reputation of being extremely but then again it’s no surprise because this game is a battle royal and there is survival involved. Excessive violence can trigger aggressive thoughts, emotions, and behavior that ultimately affect the mental health of the player.

  • It leads to gaming addiction

Playing too much PUBG will make you addicted. And addiction will lead to less productivity. Video gaming addiction isn’t anything new and everybody is familiar with how it leads to deterioration of mental health.

  • You can end being up being less
    socially active

This is a no
brainer that playing a lot of any game will make you addicted to that game and
soon you will only be playing that game all day instead of being socially

  • It promotes bad physical health

Sitting for
hours playing a video game will not only make you lazy but impact your physical
health massively. Staring at the computer screen or mobile phone can affect
your eyesight and cause headaches.

  • It affects your mental health

Those who are addicted to playing PUBG can get easily stressed out or face anxiety issues in public due to a lack of social interaction.

  • It disrupts your sleep pattern

It’s pretty obvious sitting in front of the computer screen for too long can make it hard for you to sleep even if you finally decide to call it day.

  • There is no time to do anything else

Most of you who
play PUBG know a game can last from anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour so even
if you play 4-5 games a day it could still make you lose 4-5 hours per day.
These lost hours are lost doing nothing productive of any sort.

We are not
suggesting you stop playing PUBG but do keep in mind these factors next time
you do decide on playing this game and be cautious.