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Recent scientific research demonstrates that virtual reality can be used therapeutically to support in wellbeing.

What is it?

Virtual reality (VR) therapy can help wellbeing by placing you/the user in a believable world which simulates realistic or otherwise impossible situations. By encountering these digital simulations, you can experience mind-opening scenarios to give your mind a refreshing break – or at least momentarily preoccupy it with non-stress stimuli.

Using virtual reality, you may choose to transport to a beach, the mountains, or the middle of the forest as you spend time unwinding. VR also allows you to rest in locations that are very hard or impossible to get to in the real world. Such places may include underwater environments that induce relaxation.

VR can be offered as part of the other Outreach Services

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