Archive for November, 2017

Dangers of Anxiety While Playing Bingo

by Brennen on Tuesday, November 28th, 2017

There are a number of reasons why folks start playing UK bingo, e.g., for cash, for company, for adrenaline rushes, or simply to have a good time. Peaks and pitfalls, thrill and kills, you name it – online bingo offers all these and many more. Like any other game where risks are high, this increased excitement has its own genuine share of favorable and negative impact on the gamblers.

Bingo- The Anxiety Attractant

The exhilaration associated with a round of bingo can push an individual to the other end of the spectrum. Getting too engrossed in the match, your anticipation level could fluctuate; this could have a detrimental outcome on players who suffer from high blood pressure or cardiac issues. According to some studies, individuals who participate in bingo are subject to get easily agitated and accordingly have elevated anxiety levels. It has been observed that job affiliated stress is far less than the stress created while playing bingo. There have been many instances of individuals having been fired their place of work as a result of bingo-related anxiety affecting their proficiency at work.

In spite of the above-mentioned risks, bingo can still be an enjoyable anxiety-reliever if players acknowledge that it is just a game, take care of their well-being and constrain their actions.

Will the Anti Cigarette Law in England Force Bingo Players Online?

by Brennen on Saturday, November 11th, 2017

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Much has been written in the press just a while ago about the bingo industry being hit as a consequence of the smoking ban in England. Things have become so poor that in Scotland the Bingo industry has requested big tax breaks to assist in keeping the industry afloat. But does the internet version of this classic game offer a salvation, or will it in no way compare to its land based equivalent?

Bingo has been an ancient game generally enjoyed by the "blue rinse" generation. For all that the game lately had witnessed a recent resurgence in popularity with younger members of society opting to visit the bingo parlors in place of the discos on a Saturday night. This is all about to be reversed with the enforcement of the anti cigarette law across UK.

No more will players be permitted to puff on cigarettes at the same time marking numbers. Beginning in the summer of 2007 every public area will not be allowed to permit cigarettes in their locations and this includes Bingo parlors, one of the most common places where folks enjoy smoking.

The outcome of the smoking ban can already be seen in Scotland where cigarettes are already prohibited in the bingo parlors. Players have plunged and the business is literally struggling for its life. But where have the players gone? Of course they haven’t forgotten this age old game?

The answer is on the internet. People realise that they can participate in bingo in front of their computer whilst enjoying a cocktail and fag and in the end, enjoy huge jackpots. This is a recent phenomenon and has timed itself just about perfectly with the anti smoking law.

Of course wagering on on the web is unlikely to replace the communal aspect of going down to the bingo parlour, but for a demographic of people the law has left a good many bingo enthusiasts with no option.

Dangers of Anxiety While Betting on UK Bingo

by Brennen on Friday, November 3rd, 2017

There are a number of reasons why people start betting on UK bingo, for instance for money, for friendship, for experiencing that rush of adrenaline, or just to have a good time. Highs and lows, thrill and chills, you name it – internet bingo provides all these and many more. Just as in any other game where stakes are high, this heightened excitement has its own fair share of positive and detrimental impact on the players.

Bingo- The Anxiety Attractant

The excitement involved in a night of bingo can drive a person to the opposite side of the spectrum. Becoming too absorbed in the match, one’s anticipation level might fluctuate; this could have a detrimental effect on players who suffer from high blood pressure or heart problems. According to some studies, people who participate in bingo are prone to get easily agitated and consequently have high-anxiety. It has been observed that work affiliated anxiety is a whole lot less than the stress generated while betting on bingo. There have been several instances of people having been fired their place of work as a result of bingo-related stress affecting their proficiency at work.

In spite of the aforementioned risks, bingo is able to still be an enjoyable stress-buster if individuals accept that it is just a game, take care of their well-being and manage their behavior.