Benefits Of Video Games According To Science

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With the popularity of video games and the availability of cheap CD keys, many are concerned especially parents with the effect of playing video games. Biased reports have been published putting video games on a bad light without scientific evidence to back up their claims. Parents gabble up these so-called facts thinking that video games will ruin their children. To set the record straight, playing video games has its own set of benefits and this article will list each and every one of them scientific evidences.

According to the study conducted in 2015 by a team of researchers from University of California and published on The Journal of Neuroscience, 3D video games can help improve the memory capacity of the players. During the study, Irvine invited 69 individuals to partake in the study. One-third of them are tasked to play Super Mario 3D World for two straight weeks and another one-third are tasked to play Angry Birds. The remaining one-third did not play anything. Researchers found that playing 3D virtual games such as Mario helped improve the brain’s memory because of simulation.

American Journal of Preventive Medicine published a study in 2012 that says video games can help patients recover faster. There were 38 studies conducted and each of them shows that video games have helped 195 patients to recover both physically and psychologically. A separate study in 2010 shown during the American Pain Society proved that video games can help ease the pain or anxiety the patients are feeling.

It turns out video games can also help dyslexic kids who are struggling to read. Cell published a study back in 2013 focusing on the effect of action video games such as Rayman Raving Rabbids. Results show that dyslexic kids between the age of 7 and 13 are able to read faster. The method is proven to be as effective sometimes even better than traditional treatments plus playing video games is more fun.

Trauma is nothing when treated with cheap CD keys for the game Tetris because the game is used in a study by the emergency department of the Oxford hospital to treat patients who were in a traffic accident. Study show that Tetris help reduce trauma by 62 per cent.

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