Gambling is a funny and relaxing way to spend your spare time, but things can get in a wrong direction once a player starts getting addicted. Luckily, there are several ways to act if you happen to encounter an addiction.

First, you can set limits on your gaming. Most casinos offer all kind of gambling limits one can set, including deposit limits, playing limits, betting limits and many others to mention. However, such limits can reduce the risk and the overall funds spent in a certain period of time, but they still cannot keep you out of the gambling lobbies.

Another popular approach to problem gambling is closing your accounts. From cool-offs to self-exclusions, any player can restrict the access to their account at any given moment. This is a super convenient method, but it has its cons, too – it could be applied just over a chosen period of time, after which the player can get back to gambling.

And last, but not least, if you have lost control over your gambling, you can legally BAN yourself, meaning that walking into casinos will be considered a crime. Ohio, for instance, has come up with the so-called “Voluntary Exclusion” program for problem gamblers willing to restrict their addictive habits for months, years or even for a lifetime. So if you decide to put a total end of your gambling and ban yourself for life, you’d better be 100% sure, as there will be no way back.  This is a rather drastic measure for prevention, but if you really have serious gambling issues, it could be the only possible solution to the problem, on the other hand.