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4 Super Cool Reasons You Should Play Games Regularly

Monday, October 10, 2016 7:17
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With the proliferation of game apps for mobile and computer devices, the emergence of virtual reality games and with social media platforms integrating gaming into their user experience, the gaming industry has improved dramatically.

Gone are the days when obsession with video games is seen as an act of immorality. Today, gaming is seen in a different light, and what seems difficult can be simplified with the help of games.

Video games have been described as a logical blend of art and science, and they’re seen as one of the most significant art forms in the history of technology. To state the obvious, there are many benefits of online video games. But here are 4 super cool reasons you should play games regularly.

It aids your learning ability

Reading is an important aspect of learning, and videos games help you improve that. They help to increase focus and strengthen your recognition of words. Video games are particularly helpful for people with dyslexia, since it trains their brains to take quick action.

In addition, games allow you to have fun while reading. They help you learn a language quickly and also improve students’ understanding of science. For example, the minesweeper game is a single-player puzzle video game that has the ability to boost students’ classroom performance.

Playing a game like this and many others will definitely improve students’ cognitive domain so they should be encouraged to play them.

It increases workplace productivity

You’re probably wondering how video games can help to increase workplace productivity. Well, many people play games to relax and reduce stress. Apart from this, playing creative games could help to improve your problem solving skills, thinking ability, teamwork, and decision making.

A small period within your lunch hour could be a perfect time to play any game you want. If you’re a freelancer, you could use the short breaks between your works to quickly try an interesting video game.

It strengthens your relationship

For spouses who’re struggling to spend time together, playing video games together could be of great benefit. It also helps to bring family together since everyone can take turns on the knobs.

Couples who spend more time together playing games are known to be happier. The amount of time spent together without worrying about work-related stress and personal finance creates deep sense of intimacy. And video games happen to be one of the tools that facilitate such feeling.

It improves health

It is worthy of note that playing games improves your health. Several studies show that games can be used in the treatment of conditions such as depression. It is very effective in improving hand-eye coordination, helping you stay fit, and slowing down the process of aging.

Contrary to what some people think about gaming, video games help the brain to grow bigger and not ‘kill it’. A study conducted by scientists from Max Planck Institute for Human Development found out that laying a game for about 30 minutes could help to increase the grey matter in the brain. This means that people can easily control their muscles, speech, and emotions.


Generally speaking, gaming can make you a better person. By playing games regularly, your learning ability is improved, workplace productivity increases, relationships are strengthened, and lastly, you’d enjoy better health.

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