How VR is used in healthcare?

VR is increasingly being used in healthcare, from training medical students to treating patients with mental health conditions. VR can provide a realistic and immersive environment for learning complex procedures or practicing difficult tasks. It can also be used to expose people to scenarios that may be too dangerous or distressing to experience in real life, such as treating soldiers with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

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VR is increasingly being used in healthcare, from training medical students to treating patients with mental health conditions. VR can provide a realistic and immersive environment for learning complex procedures or practicing difficult tasks. It can also be used to expose people to scenarios that may be too dangerous or distressing to experience in real life, such as treating soldiers with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). VR is also being used to help patients with a phobia of heights or claustrophobia. By gradually exposing them to their fear in a controlled and safe environment, they can overcome their fear and learn to manage their anxiety. VR has the potential to transform healthcare, making it more effective and efficient.

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