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20+ Reasons Why Gaming Makes You A Better Person!

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20+ Reasons Why Gaming Makes You A Better Person!

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    Although the idea of all gamers as sad, basement-dwelling man-children is slowly dwindling, I don’t think gaming really gets the recognition it deserves regarding how it actually improves many areas of the body and mind. Gaming makes you a better person, and here’s why!

    According to this infographic from Liberty Games, gaming improves:

    • Decision making speeds.
    • Pain tolerance.
    • Strategic planning.
    • Hand-motor skills.
    • Anxiety.
    • Ability to cope with stress and depression.

    If you enjoy playing video games then you should do it regardless of what people think and say, but here’s a whole bunch of reasons why gaming is far more productive than watching TV or scrolling through Facebook for hours! Take that mum!

    How Gaming Makes You A Better Person | Liberty Games

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