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The Pro Gamer’s Secret Weapon: Vision Training!

For a while now, having spent the majority of my career in video games, and the past several years working with some form of esports event, team or organization, I’ve heard this term come up time and time again: vision training. ‘Vision training’, or ‘vision therapy’ is quickly becoming a popular topic of discussion within […]

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5 Tips for Productive Study

Everyone approaches studying differently. Of course, everyone approaches things differently partly because everyone is different. The truth, however, is that certain general advice can help everyone improve their study habits. No matter how you study, implementing the study tips we outline here today will do nothing but improve your studies. For some, these tips might […]

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4 Ways to Improve Work Efficiency

Work efficiency not only helps you perform your job well but helps you get ahead. When choosing who gets a promotion, bosses will certainly take your productivity into account. Knowing how to focus at work can be hard, though. At the end of the day, whatever it takes to become productive at work will be […]

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Maximizing Work Performance

In the corporate world, if you don’t work effectively, efficiently, and thoroughly, everyone knows that someone else would happily take your place. Given this fact, it must be asked: why work so hard to succeed if you’re going to cripple yourself the second you clock out for the day? Determined employees focus on getting ahead […]

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Train Like an Athlete, Protect Your Eyes

You have probably noticed that we put a lot of effort into explaining the damaging effects of artificial blue light. You probably don’t know, however, that blue light affects your performance in athletics and other physical activity. Over the years, we have spoken to many trainers, and the athletes they work with. One of the […]

Exhaustion: A Modern Problem?

An article published by The Week asserts that “modern burnout,” does not exist. Their method for supporting this idea is a review of historical diagnoses and approaches to exhaustion. If exhaustion has always existed, then surely our modern exhaustion simply stands as one among many. Historical Theories of Health and Exhaustion The Greeks focused on […]