There are several benefits to exercising in virtual reality; It is also beneficial for patients with serious ailments and will relieve stress.
Researchers say that physical exercise benefits our whole body. Exercise can be detrimental to her. In this case, training in Immersive Virtual Reality (IVR) is a good option.
Immersive Virtual Reality or IVR is a computer system used to create a fantasy world. In this world the user can live his life the way he wants. The user feels like he is really experiencing the environment.
When anything happens to us in the imaginary world, the heartbeat becomes irregular. At the same time the benefits related to memory and brain can also be seen. This change is similar to the changes that occur after physical activity.
When viewed from a first-person perspective a person runs at a speed of 6.4 kilometers per hour in virtual reality, the level of stress and anxiety is significantly reduced in reality. It was like exercising in the real world.
Researcher says that with Japan's large population getting older and the demand for performance from the public increasing today, it is a good idea to take advantage of this by exercising in virtual reality. It will improve the health of all people.
Scientists invented virtual reality for entertainment, but now researchers in the medical community are examining its connection with health.
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