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‘Hunter X Hunter’ & ‘One Punch Man’ Season 2: Anime Beneficial For Mind; Mindful Watching Sharpens Brain

Update Date: May 07, 2017 08:08 PM EDT
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Here's a latest update on how watching anime can be good for one's mental health. (Photo : YouTube / WatchMojo.com)

Highly anticipated anime series like “Hunter X Hunter” and “One Punch Man” Season 2 are still in production. Fans are very much ecstatic about their release.

It could be said that many feel heated when some people mention that anime is a waste of time or it leaves a bad impact on the brain. Yes, there are some people who are of these typical opinions.

If anime series really leave a bad impact on the brain why would millions of fans be waiting for the making of “Hunter X Hunter” and “One Punch Man” Season 2? They are even excited to know that “One Punch Man” will be released in Oct., Starz Post confirms. One fan even said that anime helped him in treating his insomnia.

How Anime Series Can Be Beneficial For Minds

Experts believe that there are some things that anime lovers can expect to see in a well-defined psychological anime -  the human psyche, mind games, unexpected twists, psychological intelligence, etc. Everything that involves the mind and all other mental aspects. The psychological genre and its effort in the world of anime is highly overwhelmingly mind boggling and it often is capable of affecting and indulging the viewers at a high rate, per Reel Rundown.

Can Mindful Watching Of Anime Sharpen The Brain?

Some other experts in the field of mind and psychology mentioned that anime can be a waste of time if one lets it to be. But if the process of mindfulness is applied (mindful watching), anime can one of the best ways to sharpen the brain added with excessive fun.

The founder of a new café in western Tokyo believes that the popular anime characters can give much zeal and enthusiasm to the minds of viewers. Hence, Animate Café Gratte is said to be using printing technology to achieve such effects.

These works of art are actually created on the tops of foamy beverages, Nikkei Asian Review reports. Stay tuned for more updates on mindful watching.

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