Whether or not you are a techie, you probably enjoy playing video games. Everybody does, from the college students in their dorm rooms to the Google execs in their penthouses. However, for most people gaming will take the form of a guilty pleasure. Something that is done with a little bit of shame, something that you should not be proud of.
Despite all of this, perhaps we have some information that may change your mind. Gaming can be good for you: for your brain, your learning, and your recuperation after a traumatic event. For example, studies have shown that playing video games can strengthen the areas of your brain that improve your spatial awareness and your memory. They can give your mind a power-up, to use an expression from video games. Video games can also develop your planning skills. What this means is that gaming is a win/win situation: it is fun, and it can help you to wind down after a tough week. However, it can also improve your brainpower more generally, and also be a means to an end: it can help you get better at your job, or be more efficient in your studies.
Playing online games can improve the cognitive function and men to men perception ability. Multiplayer games develop the response time of the brain.
Today we are presenting an infographic about how gaming can improve brain function and mental development. In this infographic, we will show how gaming can improve hand to eye coordination, how to relieve pain, how gaming may increase your brain matter, and how playing 3D games may increase your memory capacity. There are some games like the trees which has been proven to Limit trauma.
So, you no longer need to feel that gaming is your guilty pleasure. It is fun, it helps you relax, it awesome to play games as a group, and now it has been shown that gaming is good for you. What’s not to like?
To learn more about this, see the infographic from our partners at Computer Planet.