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In recent years, online gaming has become increasingly popular. It’s no surprise that people of all ages are drawn to the immersive, entertaining worlds of virtual reality. But while there are many advantages to playing online games, there are also potential risks—especially when it comes to mental health.
When it comes to establishing good health, one of your best options is to improve your sleep.
Video games have come a long way since their debut in the early 1970s. From being seen as mere fun and entertainment, video games have become a major part of modern life. Today, online gaming is an important part of the gaming experience, and it has a lot of positive benefits.
How is your spring going? How do you switch off this spring to rest up? I am asking myself this question daily at the moment. I am spending it on taking more time off in preparation for the launch of my private counselling practice. Or, to be more precise, in preparation for adding counselling to my current business offer. Yes, after years of training, counselling is coming to Voxel Hub this spring. We are all so happy that we can offer a full menu of our services soon.
Last month, I wrote about preparing for effective rest, and I was asked if I could turn that post into an actual digital detox checklist.
What conditions do you need to thrive? What makes you feel better than okay? What do you need to grow and enjoy life?
Video games have become a staple of modern life, with millions of people playing online games on a daily basis. While there are many positive aspects of gaming, such as providing a sense of community and entertainment, there can also be some potential negative impacts that gamers should be aware of.
When we practice well-being, we build up our resilience, the physical, mental and social contingency to cope better with adverse experiences in the future and enjoy life.
So what is well-being for you?
We often tend to think about liberation from something, which is a process of becoming free of barriers, abuse, challenges, and limitations. However, we can also think about liberation to or towards something. Liberation towards a better way of being. Liberation to have freedom of gender expression. Liberation to read any book you wish to read.