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15 Surprising Benefits of Playing Video Games 1. Video games are producing better surgeons. While you may think you want your surgeon reading up on the latest medical 2. Video games could help people overcome dyslexia. Some research points to attention difficulties as being a key 3. Video. 10 Surprising Benefits of Playing Video Games 1. They Improve Your Decision Making Skills Studies have shown that people who often play video games are on average 25% 3. They Help Produce Better Surgeons Interestingly, one study that was carried out, concluded that surgeons who play 4. Complex, challenging, and ambitious, video games have come a long way since the simple arcade titles of the 1970s—and evidence is mounting that the benefits of play go well beyond entertainment and.
Benefits of video games for both children and adults include: Healthy brain stimulation Development of problem-solving skills Stress relief. Playing video games involves spotting and interacting with small objects on the screen, listening to sounds, and quickly adapting to unexpected changes. This encourages environmental awareness and flexibility.
Again, these are skills that come in handy in the. While playing the video games, you’re also releasing endorphins, the painkiller hormone. You’re boosting the body’s natural ability to get rid of the pain that you feel. The next time you feel some pain, sit on the couch and play a level of your favorite game for 20 minutes or so.
Playing video games can make you better at your job if your job involves virtual surgery, computer simulations, delicately handling massive machinery, and so on. In fact, any kind of activity that requires visual acuity and precision in handling particular instruments can be improved through playing video games. Surprisingly, playing video games can help our physical, mental and emotional health. We improved in ways we would not have expected, whether we play World of Warcraft with our friends, Call of Duty alone, or even Wii Fit. Let’s take a look at all the surprising and.
6 Surprising Benefits Playing Video Games Can Have on the Eyes September 26, 2018 According to a recent study, playing video games can actually improve vision. Neuroscientist Daphne Bavelier and her team tested the vision of seven patients after 10 hours per week of playing. Video games have been questioned in recent years in a way that closely mirrors the condemnation of comic books in the 1950s, but, as a medium alone, video games are not inherently harmful.
In fact, they can provide several surprising cognitive and mental health benefits.
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