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Stress and its effects on vision!

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by BMC, Sep 11, 2007.

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  1. BMC

    BMC Member

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    Biff, usually if I miss a target, I get pissed, and the getting pissed makes me shoot um harder, faster and ink um. Being relaxed has personally caused me more losses for some reason. I probably have ADD or something...lol. My best rounds are usually when I'm shooting pissed off. When I'm pissed, I'm extremely more focused, which in the big picture is probably why I still haven't run 100 straight :)
     
  2. Hank Cross

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    Biff,

    If you get a chance, drop me your e-mail address. I'm interested in this as I've been working with cadets st the Citadel on a route to reduce stress without drugs. Are there any studies on the vision correlation?

    Thanks'

    Dr. Hank Cross III
     
  3. Hank Cross

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    Biff,

    If you get a chance, drop me your e-mail address. I'm interested in this as I've been working with cadets st the Citadel on a route to reduce stress without drugs. Are there any studies on the vision correlation?

    Thanks'

    Dr. Hank Cross III
     
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