For people who were born maybe two decades ago, we are pretty sure that most of you in your childhood have been reprimanded by your parents for spending too much time playing video games. And for the ones who fall in the gen-next category, the harsh words would have come for playing too much of online games!
All sorts of reasoning and all sorts of bashing! What most parents do not know though is that playing online games could actually prove out to be beneficial to your health! And no, we are not saying just because we love doing it, we say it, because scientific research has proven this fact- time and again.
As an example, a game like online roulette helps logical thinking and makes you think out of the box when placing your bets and contains a lot of psychological benefits too. According to available analysis, the Cortisol level – one of the primary reasons for stress in humans, falls approximately by almost 17% when they play games such as the roulette. So you see, it’s not always about fun and excitement, but about health benefits too, which people at times are not aware of.
Data over the years have shown that playing online games can provide people with an opportunity to work out their creativity side, help them prepare setting goals and how to go about it, practice on the persistence and resistance part, while being patient at the same time. Playing online games also develops a sense of responsibility for being a team player and its importance in life.
Online games generally include a lot of levels, missions, difficulty and coming your way around, which needs better coordination between mind and hand; not to mention, precise decision making skills that can result in win or loss. As we play such games online, they tend to make us mentally stronger and fine tune it to meet any challenge that might come up out of the blue; much like in normal life!
To put it in simple words, online games that focus on logics, reasoning, memory and better decision making skills can actually help you to use the brand parts that are less active and not utilised, even though they could be. More so, these games are also effective in reducing dementia and other similar issues that come with age.