According to Larry O'Hanlon, on the Discovery website, researchers determined that playing Tetris can help people deal with cravings.
The computer game can lessen the urge for a doughnut, chocolate, a cigarette or maybe even sex, finds a new study published in the journal Appetite.
We know that cravings are associated with drug use, and early dropout of weight-loss programs, said Jackie Andrade, a psychology professor at Plymouth University's Cognition Institute in the U.K. They make life difficult.
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