Xbox addict 'dies from blood clot'

Family computer promising programmer on Saturday launched a campaign to raise awareness about the health risks of online computer games after their son died after a marathon session on his Xbox.

An autopsy showed, that 20-year-old Chris Staniforth–, studying a place to play at Leicester University is offered – was killed by a pulmonary embolism that can occur when someone for several hours in the same position.

Deep Vein Thrombosis of the controller for the Xbox 360 is usually affect passengers on long flights, but fear lifting specialist medical people spent hours glued to their game may still at risk and has urged them to take regular breaks.

Professor Brian Colvin–blood related conditions–expert said that have "unhealthy " for young people to spend long periods in front of their consoles.

"There's anxiety in the obesity and children not to do anything other than computer monitors, view the information about the ' '" he told the Sun.

David Staniforth now has a campaign with the other parents the dangers to warn.

"Games are fun and once blank-I started playing it is hard to stop.

"Kids across the country are playing these games for long periods-they don 't realize it could kill them, " he told the Sun.

The Court was coroner/Sheffield how young man who has no medical conditions — was complaining of low rate of heart before collapsing outside any.

Staniforth 's Distraught father saying his son would spend up to 12 hours playing on his Xbox.

"He sucked into Halo online play against people from all over the world. "

Online computer games are very popular, as thousands in shared science fiction worlds interact.

Reports of the games collapse after spending 15 hours in front of video games is fairly common throughout Asia.

Died In 2005, a South Korean gamer after playing online games for three days without taking a break.

Microsoft–which produces Xbox–he said "recommend gamers take breaks for implementation, as well as to make time for other activities. "

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