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NGHIỆN INTERNET - GAME ONLINE Ở THANH THIẾU NIÊN: BÁO CÁO QUA BA TRƯỜNG HỢP LÂM SÀNG

Tóm tắt.
Nghiện Internet - game online đang ngày càng trở thành vấn đề bức xúc của toàn xã hội với hệ lụy của nó là việc người nghiện tham gia trộm cắp, giết người, cướp của, rơi vào các rối loạn tâm thần như suy nhược, rối loạn giấc ngủ, trầm cảm, lo âu, tự tử...
Vì là một vấn đề mới của xã hội hiện đại nên nghiện Internet - game online còn đang là một vấn đề gây tranh cãi đối với nhiều nhà nghiên cứu trên khắp thế giới. Nhiều nhà nghiên cứu cho rằng nghiện Internet - game online là một rối loạn được chẩn đoán, điều trị và cần thiết phải nghiên cứu để xây dựng hệ thống lý luận cũng như đưa vấn đề này vào trong Bảng phân loại bệnh tật về tâm thần. Nhiều nhà nghiên cứu khác lại phải đối và từ chối nghiện Internet - game online như một tiêu chuẩn chẩn đoán.
Tại Việt Nam, tình trạng thanh thiếu niên nghiện game online - Internet ngày càng nhiều. Tuy nhiên, chưa có nghiên cứu nào đánh giá được một cách đầy đủ và sâu sắc cho vấn đề này.
Qua 3 trường hợp lâm sàng được tác giả trình bày thể hiện rất rõ các triệu chứng, một số nguyên nhân dẫn tới tình trạng nghiện game online - Internet ở thanh thiếu niên ở Việt Nam. Tuy nhiên, đây mới chỉ là vấn đề thực hành lâm sàng, vì thế các trình bày còn ở mức nhỏ lẻ và chưa mang tính khái quát. Từ đó, tác giả đề nghị cần nghiên cứu sâu hơn về nghiện game online - Internet như một tình trạng bệnh lý với lý luận chẩn đoán và điều trị, dịch tễ một cách cụ thể hơn.
1. Đặt vấn đề.
Nghiện Internet nói chung và nghiện game online nói riêng đang là vấn đề bức xúc của xã hội hiện nay, khi mà các dịch vụ Internet, các trò chơi game online đang ngày càng thâm nhập vào đời sống tinh thần của mọi người dân, đặc biệt là thanh thiếu niên.
Ngày càng nhiều người ở nhiều nước trên thế giới than phiền rằng…...

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