Where it works?

Virtual reality therapy: an effective treatment for psychological disorders.

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 Behavioral therapy techniques for treating phobias often includes graded  exposure of the patient to anxiety-producing stimuli (Systematic  Desensitization). 

Automated psychological therapy using immersive virtual reality for treatment of fear of heights

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 Engaging, interactive, and automated virtual reality (VR) treatments  might help solve the unmet needs of individuals with mental health  disorders. 

Virtual reality therapy for refractory auditory verbal hallucinations in schizophrenia

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 The effect of Schizophrenia can be  reduced withimmersive virtual reality (VR) .

Real-life benefits

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DIY therapy

 Virtual avatars, good for filling simulated coffee shops, may also serve  as therapists, transforming VR from a tool available only in a clinic  to a new type of self-help. This may be especially useful for patients  who are averse to visiting a therapist, such as people with social  anxiety or agoraphobia, or for people living in remote areas without  access to specialists. 

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Most important preventative system

 Numerous studies and statistics have demonstrated that there is a clear connection between the mind and body. As such, whenever one thinks about physical and mental health, they should not be considered as being separate departments but rather two aspects of our lives that are intertwined with each other. 

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Strengthen your resilience to help avoid burnout

 When stress strikes,  maybe you like to grab take-out and zone out to Netflix or you book it  for the gym to sweat it out. Whatever your go-to choice may be – what  happens if your WiFi is acting up or you’ve strained a muscle?  Here VR Therappy come for the action.

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