With so much happening around the globe, it’s easy to forget that this is all happening in a virtual space.
So when you need the comfort of a real person, where they are, and what they want to do with their time, you can take comfort in the fact that you are in a physical space.
And while staying at home might not be for everyone, staying in virtual reality makes it easier to experience things from your perspective.
In fact, research shows that virtual reality has been used to help patients cope with their stress.
For example, in a 2016 study, a virtual reality training video helped a patient cope with chronic pain by making her realize how much it affects her daily life.
For many people, staying home means staying with family, friends, and other loved ones, which can also be stressful.
For some people, the benefits of a virtual environment outweigh the drawbacks.
And the technology behind virtual reality is getting more sophisticated.
The advent of VR technology has helped millions of people escape their day-to-day stresses, including for those with depression, anxiety, and even PTSD.
Here’s what you need know about VR to stay in your place.