While you may believe that your surgeon should be reading the latest medical research instead of playing games, a study of laparoscopic (small incision) specialists found that those who played for more than three hours per week made 32 percent fewer errors during practise procedures than those who did not.
VIDEO GAMES MAY ASSIST PEOPLE IN OVERCOMING DYSLEXIA.
Attention problems have been identified as a crucial component of dyslexia in certain studies. According to one study, dyslexics improved their reading comprehension after playing action-packed games. The explanation behind this, according to academics, is that the games feature constantly shifting landscapes that necessitate intensive concentration.
YOUR VISION MAY BE IMPROVED BY PLAYING VIDEO GAMES.
“Don’t sit too near to the television,” was a popular parental admonition that didn’t have any scientific backing. Instead, scientists are discovering that playing games in moderation can help strengthen your vision rather than damage it. Ten weeks of play was linked to a better capacity to distinguish between different shades of grey in one study. Another task required individuals to play games with only their “lazy” eye, with the “good” eye hidden. In the afflicted eye, those players demonstrated significant, sometimes normalised improvement.
VIDEO GAMES MAY ASSIST YOU IN BECOMING A BETTER LEADER.
Researchers have discovered that players can display a correlating drive in their real-world job aspirations since particular game genres reward and encourage leadership traits—providing for “community,” ensuring their safety, and so on. When it comes to improvising in a game, it may also transfer to being quicker on your feet in the office.
KIDS CAN BECOME MORE ACTIVE BY PLAYING VIDEO GAMES.
While certain games encourage full-body participation, even those that only require a simple handheld controller can encourage physical activity. Basketball, tennis, and even skateboarding are all sports that might lead to children developing their skills outside.
THE PROCESS OF AGING MAY BE SLOWED BY PLAYING VIDEO GAMES.
Problem-solving, memory, and puzzle components in so-called “brain games” have been demonstrated to be beneficial to older players. In one study, just ten hours of play resulted in improved cognitive functioning in those aged 50 and up, which lasted for several years.
PAIN MAY BE ELIMINATED BY PLAYING VIDEO GAMES.
It’s common to try to divert our attention away from pain by focusing on something else or other body functions, but that’s not the only reason why games are an useful post-injury prescription. In our higher cortical circuits, playing can really produce an analgesic (pain-killing) response. The more immersive, the better, which is why virtual reality systems, which are currently in development, may one day be as common in hospitals as hand sanitizer.