Computer Games Change Brain for the Better

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Most often than not computer games are seen for their disadvantages than their benefits. But more and more research suggests that video games actually improve one’s creativity, decision-making ability, and hand-eye coordination. A multi-billion industry computer games supposedly stimulate a rare combination of concentration and neurotransmitters strengthen neural circuits – strength training like weight lifting does for the muscles.
 
But research also shows that gaming has its downside, including depression, being prone to obesity.  
 

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