Misc Published February6, 2017 By Staff Writer

Does Game Help Us To Live Better Life?

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Mark Sendar (Doctor of Philosophy and Medicine at the University of California) said during his lecture about the benefits of the game in relation to his life, and told that it was a great adventure. According to him, the cause of chronic stress is an attempt to take your life seriously. The more seriously we treat things around - the worse mirroring we have on our psychosomatic health. Psychosomatic health may cause diseases and can make your life quality bad, because of dissatisfaction and irritation.

And games is a key, a portal to other worlds, it is the real healing powers that cure and stimulate, instead of giving us sleep and river of depression in which we float downstream of our being. So, what games can help, you may ask? - Any game will do, game in the casino, video game, boardgames with friends... The game itself teaches us to be creative and initiative. Causes us to make steps forward to find some new and unseen facets of existence. Game - this is the most comfortable form of communication known to man. On the one hand, it poses a problem or challenge. On the other hand it's the most gentle flow for the human psyche. What conclusion gives this venerable scholar - play and play again. Especially if you're an adult! This brings you unshakable optimism of youth!

This gives you a chance to get rid of illusions and images of painful fixation, namely, it was found that games of any type give 100% attention to the human context switching, gradually blurring the boundaries of his morbid fixations and phobias.

But you also should keep in mind the gambling problem (gambling addiction). Like everything in this world, every action has its consequences which will lay on your shoulders or your family's.

Gambling addiction-also known as pathological gambling, compulsive gambling or gambling disorder-is an impulse-control disorder. If you're a compulsive gambler, you can't control the impulse to gamble, even when it has negative consequences for you or your loved ones. You'll gamble whether you're up or down, broke or flush, happy or depressed, and you'll keep gambling regardless of the consequences-even when you know that the odds are against you or you can't afford to lose.

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