Responsible Gambling & Gamble Addiction

Please, be aware that betting always involves risk, including the risk of addiction. Gambling addiction is a serious problem and we Sentomano advise you to be careful in your gambling and set a limit on your actions before they become harmful. Below you can find some useful tips on how to Gamble responsibly:

However, even with all the care in the world, for some people, addictive gambling may still become a problem. You may have a gambling addiction problem if you:

Feel the need to be secretive about your gambling. You might feel the need to gamble in secret or lie about how much you gamble, feeling others won’t understand or that you will surprise them with a big win.

You have trouble controlling your gambling. Once you start gambling, you can’t stop and feel compelled to gamble until you’ve spent all your money, upping your bets in a bid to win lost money back.

Gamble even when you do not have the money. You gamble until you have spent your last dollar, and then move on to money you do not have—money to pay bills, credit cards, etc. You may feel pushed to borrow, sell, or even steal things for gambling money.

Your family and friends are worried about you. Denial keeps problem gambling going. If friends and family are worried, listen to them carefully. It’s not a sign of weakness to ask for help.

Gambling addiction—also known as pathological gambling, compulsive gambling or gambling disorder—is an impulse-control disorder. If you’re a compulsive gambler, you can’t control the impulse to gamble, even when it has negative consequences for you or your loved ones. IF YOU THINK YOU HAVE A GAMBLING ADDICTION EXIT THIS SITE IMMEDIATELY and seek help.

Here you can find more info about how to get help for gambling addiction.


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