Video game addiction is extreme use of computer and video games that interferes with daily life. Instances have been reported in which users play compulsively, isolating themselves from family and friends or from other forms of social contact, and focus almost entirely on in-game achievements rather than other life events, and exhibit lack of imagination and mood swings.
People play video games in order to relive stress or for pure entertainment. So people after playing video games to relive stress they get too engrossed in the video games and they get addicted.
Technology is a wonderful tool that can and will be used for all time to help develop and maintain our society, but technology does bring with it a new level of responsibility; the responsibility of remembering what is really important in this world of instant meals and dazzling entertainment. Humanity must realize where it has come from and who it came with. People must keep their friends close, and be prepared to help those who fall victim to the over use of technology. Addiction claims hundreds of lives in many different ways every year. Just remember that it is never too late to get help, and it could just save your life or the life of someone you know.
So to prevent computer management we have to take some actions like
interview gamers on what games are the most popular that they play, what makes them sick of the game and how we can help them. We also can give talks about time management to teens and teach them how to manage their own time well and balance between gaming and other things in life. Computer gaming can be a good form of entertainment and relief a lot of stress from our lives but if we abuse the use of computer and gaming we would get addicted and it would ruin our lives.