Maybe you are thinking of, or do gamble online. You need to ask yourself a few questions. Can I afford to loose the money I am gambling with? If not maybe you should look at other options, gambling should be fun and be enjoyed like a night at Bingo, or watching a movie at the cinema. It should not be stressful and addictive. If gambling causes you any stress or becomes addictive, I would suggest you stop as soon as possible.
Here is a couple of quick simple tips to help avoid big losses and addiction.
Give yourself a time limit per day, week, month.
As I said to start with about losing, how much can you safely loose? You need a set a fixed gambling kitty, when this as gone you must stop gambling for that chosen time plan be it a day, week, or month.
Do not use credit or credit cards, it will end in tears.
Have the attitude that If you win, Great. But If you lose so what!
Follow these tips and you should not have a problem with gambling.
Gambling should be fun and there are many different games and sports, here are just a few. Some require skill others are just pot luck.
There are many more, there is something for every one. just take a look for yourself. I would recommend long established companies and platforms. Check for websites of councils and well run and trusted organisations, if in doubt check with the relevant organisation.
Remember enjoy and have fun. If you win Great! if you loose so what!
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More Britons than ever before are trying their hand at online gambling despite the ever worsening economic climate. This comes as no surprise to me, as the credit crunch has meant that more and more people are opting to stay in rather than go out, and what better way is there for people to spend their time indoors then by winning money!
The results of an extensive survey by the UK Gambling Commission released in recent weeks have shown that the quality of online gaming sites and the prizes, bonuses and jackpots on offer continue to attract hoards of players due to their increase in potential monetary value.
Research conducted by ICM show that a survey dealt with last year (including the final quarter of the year when recession loomed) found an increase in the amount of people who said they had used one remote form of gambling or another.
The news will come as a major boost to the online gambling sector within the UK as it prepares for a difficult year with the current economic climate looking to worsen before it finally resides.
The Commission’s study revealed that a whopping 9.7 percent of the 8,000 adults surveyed had gambled using a computer, mobile phone or interactive/digital television set over the last month. This compares with 8.8 percent for 2007 and 7.2 percent for 2006.
The trend seems to be that – as gambling online becomes more accessible thanks to the likes of 3G mobile technology and improvements in digital TV people are spending more time gambling online than ever before.
This trend is likely to continue as long as the recession bites which will benefit the online casino industry tenfold during these hard times.