Quarantine Lifesaver: Online Board Gaming

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Our quarantine life may last longer than we thought so let’s have some distraction. A group on Facebook called “Dublin Online Board Game Club” is a gemote to find out how to play games and find online friends to start gaming.

Things have changed after the outbreak turned into a pandemic, most of us started to stay at home to prevent themselves and the others. While doing so, all daily-life habits and even the perception of living has changed.

It is luck that there are plenty of things that can be done via the internet. Online healthcare, online shopping, online sports, online wellbeing and many more are becoming more and more trendy on those days of quarantine. So, why not adding online board gaming to this long list too?

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Board games are great to improve your strategic management and deepening relationships with friends. There can be a rough list of the advantages of board games:

-Have fun and feel good

-Family and friends time

-Improvement of memory formation and cognitive skills

-Reduces risks of mental diseases

-Lowers blood pressure

-Speed up your response

-Reduce stress

-Grows your immune system

-Helps child development

-Lift effectiveness of therapy treatment

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It is also important to perceive why people change their acts online too. This may help for further connections that might happen after this era too. Plus, it is important to be aware of the disadvantages of board gaming relentlessly.

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Through consciously acts online board gaming won’t do any harm, instead it will improve many of your other skills and prevent the boredom of quarantine.

In the Facebook group named “Dublin Online Board Game Club”, you can find various information about know-how and find friends to join your online board game.

Here is a link that you can join now and start your favorite board game online:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/665153390726504

 

How was your online board gaming experience, don’t hasitate to share on comments.

 

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