Physiological And Psychological Effects - Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream Safety, Warranty & Quick Start Manual

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• A void playing for too long. Over-exertion and fatigue
increases the risk of injury.
• I f your limbs, body, or eyes become sore or tired, or if you
experience burning, numbness, stiffness, or tingling during
use, stop and rest for a few hours before trying again.
• M ake sure your skin stays clean and dry when using the
product. Stop using the product if you experience any
itching, swelling, eczema, or irritation of the skin.
• I f any of the above conditions or other conditions persist
after use, stop using the product and consult your doctor.
Avoid operating heavy machinery, driving, or taking part in
strenuous activities while symptoms persist.

Physiological and psychological effects

VR can lead to intense experiences. They are immersive and
can appear life-like to the user. As a result, you may experience
physiological and psychological reactions to them as if they
were real.
A common response to VR products is people trying to interact
physically with simulated objects. However, these objects do
not exist in the real world, and you may risk injury if you try to
interact with them as if they do.
Intense content, such as violence, horror, or emotional content,
can cause an adrenaline response. This can lead to increased
heart rate and blood pressure, anxiety and panic attacks,
fainting, or other serious reactions. In extreme cases, it can
trigger PTSD attacks. Avoid using the product if you have a
history of these types of reactions to real life events that are
similar to the content depicted by the product.
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