3 Easy Ways You Can Improve Your Gaming

With the new Xbox and PlayStation consoles coming out, and with so many people being stuck inside for so long, there has been an influx of gamers that have been roaming the online servers and joining in on avid and experienced gamers. If you’re one of these guys, we welcome you! We also understand that it’s always difficult jumping into a new world where there are people who are more practiced than you.

It seems like an unfair playing field. If you’re looking to increase your gaming skills in a short amount of time, I have some bad news for you. It’s going to take time. Developing a talent simply takes time. However, there are a couple tips and tricks that will help you to catalyze your improvement and excel the learning curve for you. Here are a couple that I’ve personally found to be beneficial.

1.      Kratom. 

If you haven’t heard of this, that’s ok. Kratom is a natural supplement that comes from Malaysia and the surrounding countries. It was used previously by the indigenous people for its healing characteristics. Now, it has become commercialized and is sold world-wide. This supplement acts as an accelerant and helps to speed up your brain activity. It works in the same sense that caffeine does, only Kratom is non addictive. The best form of Kratom is called Maeng da Kratom. This supplement is the purest form of the herb that comes out of Malaysia and has the best effect on the body and mind. However, if you’re not looking for anything concentrated, you can always just google Kratom near me.

2.      Blue light glasses. 

If you’ve never tried these, trust me, they’re worth a shot. Not only will they help your eyes from getting tired and worn out, but it will actually make it easier to focus on the screen and react more quickly to whatever game you’re playing. This is most relevant in first person shooter games, but it can also help in adventure type games or racing games. If we are being honest though, the best part about these glasses is that they prevent headaches that are caused by screen exposure. Tolerance is different for everyone but for the majority of people, the most they can look at a screen without feeling nauseous is between 3-4 hours. If you’re planning to play more than this in a day, you’ll want to invest in a pair of glasses to protect your eyes.

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3.      Gaming chair. 

It might seem odd to say, but the more upright your body is, the better it performs in general. This means that if you’re used to playing slumped on the couch, that your game play will significantly increase if you can find a comfortable chair that sits you at just less than a 90 degree angle. This will increase blood flow and reaction time when you’re playing. It might not seem like a big difference, but that’s only because you haven’t tried it yet.