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In this video, Lilo discusses Gaming, The New Medicine!

Another school shooting pressures politicians to put blame on video games. Lilo talks about how video games are positively affecting our minds and the medical field. Video games relieve stress. Video games also help PTSD after traumatic events.

Check out more details about video games as stress relief from Lilo’s blog here: https://saljackenterprises.net/2017/10/17/lilos-lair-55-video-games-relieve-stress-addiction-and-protect-mental-health/

A company called Akili is making video games for ADHD. Project EVO is a video game that improves cognitive control in children with Sensory Processing Disorders and ADHD. This video game is in clinical trials right now. Akili hopes the FDA will approve it to be used as a prescription.

Surgeons are using virtual reality to prepare for surgeries. This helps them be more prepared and saves money.

Medical students are using video games to learn. Three games are currently used:

  • Prognosis
  • Medical School
  • Microbe Invader

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14 thoughts on “The Lilo-log #70: Gaming, The New Medicine!

  1. mchesk16 says:

    Gaming can go both ways. It can cure a lot of cognitive disorders, but it can also lead to violence. I would never call video-gaming the sole purpose for someone’s violence.

  2. Angelo says:

    I think gaming will help in studying medicine because the generation today is really hooked with the technology and also games. It will be less tiring and will be very interesting for the students to learn.

  3. odimdavid says:

    I am not surprised the video games are being used in the medical field. Video games have so much potential for education and role playing. When I was younger, I used a video game to learn financial management skills and it was very educative experience. Thanks for bringing this positive news about video games to our attention.

  4. nnaemeka2016 says:

    Why is it that every time a violent act is carried out by a youth video games are blamed for it? Although this blaming game should not continue, video game developers should look into it because they might learn some lessons from it. Thanks for pointing out that video games have the ability to relieve stress. I have found that helpful in my case. It’s not all bad news for video games where your blog is concerned.

  5. Shivangi says:

    Gaming does nothing harmful to a child or even an adult’s brain . Its just another means of relaxation and fun . But no surprises there . People at a high rank always try to blame invalid reason for all the problems . This is just to hide the real reason behind a problem behing a secondary one . They do this to protect themselves and continue making profit in some ways or other . There are also a majority of naïve people who fall for this reason and take unnecessary and wrong steps to give more power to the invalid reason and in an indirect way to the forces who want to cover the truth.

  6. moondebi says:

    Games cannot be blamed for school shooting. The disturbed minds do such activities, and gaming alone, in no way, can make a person so aggressive. Gaming indeed relaxes mind if played in moderation.

  7. Games are very helpful in medicine. Schools that lacks resources and materials can turn in to gaming for visualization of the procedure. Virtual Dissection can also help people who have extreme phobias, but still want to pursue a medical degree.

  8. I’ll be taking a medical course in College and though it’s not 100% accurate, medical games somehow gives ideas on how medical procedure takes place. Medicine in Gaming is an amazing and very helpful innovation.

  9. Arcie says:

    Every time a tragedy like shootings happen, the media and politicians always blame video games as one of the root causes. They never stop to consider the good it can do in psychologically and developmentally. I’m glad you put this out.

  10. Maraklein says:

    Wow! It’s nice to know that there is a game for mentally challenged people. I hope there is a game for depressed people as well. Or you do know one, please make a review. Thanks.

  11. kadoyatsukasa123 says:

    Well even without studies games has been an escape for most of us. If it can help these patients feel better then I am all for it.

  12. alexsummers123 says:

    Wow Video games as a medicine? I would love to catch one of these disease ha ha. That way I can play games he he.

  13. Albeneth says:

    Video games are my stress reliever. I won’t be surprise knowing that there are video games developed for ADHD. This is great!

  14. Vannie says:

    So true. Though not proven scientifically, there’s this notion that gaming heals.

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