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Living in the internet age can harm attention. ADHD rates are at a high. Our brains are being shaped for distraction.

However, video games can be used to help attention. Playing action video games increases visual attention skills! Video games also increase visual intelligence. Gamers can see color better. Gamers can also process more visual information! This helps us pay attention to words on a page better.

Action video games may help us switch attention from visual to audio stimuli easier. Children with dyslexia played video games for 80 minutes. It improved their reading speed! Their reading improvement was better than the ordinary improvement over a full year.

Heavy game use, exceeding 40+ hours a week can harm attention. Social media, video games, and other screen media at high rates negatively effects sustained attention.

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14 thoughts on “The Lilo-log #72: Gaming Boosts Attention!

  1. photography1257 says:

    Doesn’t it only apply for people who play less or around 21 hours every week? That’s what I heard at least.

  2. bobstravel77 says:

    Moderation is key people! Playing too much can have detrimental effects on you as well.

  3. games that could boost someone’s ability to do something better should really be suggested. But all games that should be played using technology should be in moderation. This should apply to all not only to children.

  4. odimdavid says:

    The key to playing video games and to every good thing in general is moderation. We need to control ourselves when it comes to video games. This is particularly true for young people who have so much time. It is not unusual to see them exceeding 40 hours of video games play per week. This is important information.

  5. nnaemeka2016 says:

    This is the age of distraction. So, anything that can help is a welcome development. I have known for a long time that video games can help in visual and auditory learning. Thanks for bringing this to our attention.

  6. Maraklein says:

    Well there are really games that could be helpful and stuff. But everything should always in moderation. Because lack of motor skills due to excess playing mobile or these kind of games could lead into something serious.

  7. Era says:

    Good to know that games are making a good experience for people! The stigma of games being “bad for kids” should really stop right now. This is really informative! Thanks for the vlog!

  8. edgar says:

    One of the fact in playing video games, is it gives you a stimulating effect once you finish one level or stage in a game. and reachers discovered that video games reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

  9. moondebi says:

    I know that special educators are recommending some types of video games for the children with ADHD and autism. These games help to hold the attention of such children for a while. The cognitive abilities get improved as well.

  10. Miracle says:

    Inside our classroom, most of us are visual learners. That’s the style we normally prefer to learn in an easier, faster and a more efficient way. I can say that games are the one responsible with that, because we often play video games during our break.

  11. Angelo says:

    Inside our classroom, most of us are visual learners. That’s the style we normally prefer to learn in an easier, faster and a more efficient way. I can say that games are the one responsible with that, because we often play video games during our break.

  12. Angelo says:

    People, mostly the elders, really think of games as a childish thing. But this will prove that games can also be a big help to our society.

  13. My friend’s little brother has ADHD and she tells me that their psychologist suggested some games to help keep his attention. She said that they can really see the changes. That’s the power of gaming 🙂

  14. numberpardox says:

    I can testify to this. before a long test in school, I usually play brain games to boost my memory, attention and coordination. It’s been my routine and it is very effective to me.

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