Feeling stressed recently? Well, you are not alone...
For the last century, psychologists have tried to find ways to help us relax. For good reason - stress is one of the biggest health busters known to man.
Plus, stress is damaging your eyesight as well.
That has been researched a proven in a study in Japan in 1991. Researchers discovered that stress in the education system caused eye problems. And your workplace is just an extension of that education system.
With one difference - even more stress...
Now you also have financial stress and stress to survive in the marketplace on top of everything else.
So, it's been know for quite some time that mediation has a great effect on your eyesight. And it makes total sense. If stress causes eye problems, relaxing should help your eyesight.
Not so hard to follow.
But now a team of psychologists have discovered something startling; coloring-in is one of the best stress busters and alternatives to meditation.
Yes, if you find it hard to just sit down and do nothing, hop on Amazon. Order a couple of coloring-in books for adults and calm down your mind that way.
It supposed to have the same positive effects on your mind and brain.
Look, meditation can repair your brain and help your eyesight. And if coloring-in has the same effects, it something to give a serious look when meditation seems to hard.
Plus, you'll exercise your hand-eye coordination. Sharpen your visual focus. And you'll train your color perception all at once.
What are you waiting for? Get a couple of books already :)
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