PLAY IS AS ESSENTIAL TO WELL-BEING AS SLEEP AND DREAMS
Scientists who study play believe that playing plays an important role in neurological growth and development and is a handy tool for children to build complex, responsive, and socially adept brains. Watch children at play, and the benefits are obvious: smiling faces, joyful squeals, uncontained laughter. But did you know that play at work leads to more productive and creative workforces? And what about play in your life? When was the last time you played as an adult? Dr. Stuart Brown, President of the National Institute for Play, believes that play is as essential to well-being as sleep and dreams.
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