Responsible gaming for players in Canada

Responsible gambling is a practice of common sense and self-control that helps players avoid gambling problems and maintain control over their It includes the following principles:

  1. Set limits on money and time. Determine your budget for the game in advance and do not exceed it. Also set the amount of time you are willing to spend playing the game.
  2. Play only with money you can afford to lose. Never play with money you owe for living expenses or other important expenses.
  3. Do not use alcohol or drugs while playing. This can reduce your ability to make smart decisions and increase your risk of losing money.
  4. Do not play when you are feeling tired or under emotional stress. This can affect your ability to stay rational and make smart decisions.

Following these principles will help you avoid gambling problems and maintain control over your gambling. In addition, responsible gambling helps maintain good relationships within the family and community, as problems with gambling can have a negative effect on those around you.

If you find yourself showing signs of a gambling problem, don't hesitate to seek help. There are many organizations and professionals who can help you overcome addiction and take back control of your life. Some of them provide telephone or online consultations, others offer group or individual therapy.

Author: Ethan Davis