15 August 2016

Video games aren’t all bad

Video games aren’t all bad. Some may even have educational benefits. But for a substantial number of gamers, they are sleep killers. Research shows that some 67 percent of people who are obsessed with video games regularly miss out on much needed sleep because they push back their normal bedtime to continue playing. According to scientists, the average delay in bedtime on nights spent gaming is 101 minutes. So if you are too exhausted to get through most days, perhaps it’s time to curb your gaming habit.


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