Video games help in the pandemic |  Atomix

Video games help in the pandemic | Atomix

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Video games help in the pandemic |  Atomix

By Sebastian Quiroz
9/7/2021 8:29 am

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected different sectors of our lives. However, as attempts are made to return to normality, ways have been sought to reverse the psychological effects of this disease. Thus, a new report indicates that the video game they are a valid way to cope with the stress that this event caused in the public.

According to Business Insider, COVID-19 cases have altered the neural fabric of the brain of people, thus causing stress and have reduced neural relationships or synapses, which influences aspects such as memory and learning. As a solution, experts have pointed out three ways to help mental health. These are:

-More social interactions.


-Therapy and medication. In this last point, the use of video games as a tool to be evaluated is discussed.

This was what he commented Adam gazzaley, professor of neurology and developer of the first brain training game to be approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA):

“We believe that, in terms of recovery from Covid-19, there is an incredible opportunity here. I believe that care as a system can help with the full range of conditions and symptoms [de salud mental] that people suffer, especially due to Covid-19 ”.

Hopefully these three points will pay off, and show, once again, that video games can be used positively in people’s lives. In related topics, Halo’s Xbox Series X is now available in Mexico. In the same way, here we tell you why the Nintendo DS was a trend.

Video games help in the pandemic |  Atomix

Via: Business Insider

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Video games help in the pandemic |  Atomix

Sebastian Quiroz

24 years. Editor at Consumer of pop culture.

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