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Video games and mental health


Can video games increase your well-being? 🎮

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New research from Oxford University ("Video gameplay is positively correlated with well-being") has revealed a controversial finding: time spent playing games is positively associated with well-being. These results show that video games aren’t necessarily bad for your mental health.

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Traditionally, much of the research on videogames has focused on the negative effects of playing such games. Studies often fail to support links between

heavy play and negative psychosocial outcomes in non-addicted gamers. Research shows that lower

psychosocial wellbeing is generally a precursor of pathological gaming. This suggests that individuals whose psychological needs are not met in the 'real world' may report negative well-being from play.

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Emerging research suggests that moderate gameplay may contribute to positive emotions and emotional stability, even in children. Positive mental wellbeing has also been associated with gameplay as a means of relaxation and stress reduction.

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🔹What do you think about this research?

🔹Will these results change your attitude towards video games?

🔹Do you like to play video games? If yes, what kind of games exactly?

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Lets us know in the comments section down below :)

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