2. Playing video games:
Playing fast-paced action video games prepares you to think and act quickly and accurately inside and outside of the box. It improves your ability to learn and make decisions. A study has stated that the peripheral images and events that continuously pop up in these games make the players able to take in sensory data and use it to make correct decisions and faster reactions faster than those who don’t play such games. Moreover, our brain’s ability and our ability to learn enhance when we play fast real-time strategy video games. However, this effect only works with fast action games and not with slow time-passers like The Sims.