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video games and the brain

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My daughter's PANDAS seems to get worse when she has to much computer time regardless of content.

 

http://www.amenclinics.com/blog/3500/how-v...e-like-cocaine/

 

My son does too. It's the same with TV or going to the movies. I'm not sure why, but it definitely increases his tics and makes him more emotionally volatile. Sometimes it is worth it (like going to see a movie as a family) but usually it isn't.

 

I love Dr. Amen. I've even read parts of his books to DS to explain why I'm so strict about TV & games. Having a Dr. back me up goes a long way with that kiddo!

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