When you hear about gamers taking a break from video games, what comes first into your mind?
I know, right?
Taking a break from video games is not synonymous to quitting what you truly love doing. Taking a break from video games is also not synonymous to forgetting how to relax. Taking a break from video games is even not synonymous to growing up too much.
And you know what?
Taking a break from video games is more synonymous to breathing fresh air deeply. Taking a break from video games is also more synonymous to remembering what’s more important. Taking a break from video games is even more synonymous to changing for the better.
That being said, here are the other perks of taking a break from video games:
You get to condition your body.
We all know how sitting for a prolonged time can be. We also know how sitting for a prolonged position can be. Taking a break from video games will not just allow you to stretch those arms and legs of yours, but also allow you to strengthen those hands and feet of yours in time for the next game. You see, playing video games involve a lot of handwork and even footwork. Without conditioning your body properly, your hands and feet will only get strained – even more so when you play for long periods of time.
You get to condition your mind.
We all know how idling for a prolonged time can be. We also know how idling for a prolonged situation can be. Taking a break from video games will not just allow you to refresh those synapses and nerves of yours, but also allow you to rejuvenate those cells and membranes of yours in time for the next game. You see, playing video games also involve a lot of analyzing and even strategizing. Without conditioning your mind, your waves and nerves will only get stressed – even more so when you play for long periods of time.
BONUS: You get to appreciate Mother Nature even more.
Be it as easy as watching trees swaying outside the window or as hard as watching birds flying over the horizon, with the latter being – obviously, the best use for binoculars – taking a break from video games will make you appreciate Mother Nature even more.
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With wide applications of LED grow lights by many indoor growers of Marijuana, there is the need for a management manual that can be followed to avoid problems. Just like anything else, LED lights can have some unwanted effects on your valuable Weed plants if correct precautions and care are not observed. Here is what you need to do with your LED grow lights to prevent problems.
Keep them at the correct distance
For great results, you need to keep the LED lights at around 12 to 18 inches away from the plants. If you place the lights too far away it can deprive your Weed some essential light needed in photosynthesis. But the gravest effect comes when you place it too close beyond the 12-inch minimum distance. When positioned such close, the Weed plants tend to get discolored the exact way they do when they are experiencing nutrient deficiency. The plants are more vulnerable when they are in flowering/ budding stage. But it doesn’t always mean leaf discoloration is a result of LED lights that are too close. It can be both.
Their source of power should be well maintained
Unlike other sources of light HPS which come with additional accessory to connect to the power source, LED lights are connected directly to the source of the power by plugging them directly into wall sockets. Great care needs to be taken in positioning the sockets away from the cultivation area since some activities such as irrigation can cause electrical leaks and short circuiting when water finds its way into the sockets.
Consider the manufacturer and your needs
Not just any LED grow light is an excellent LED light for your needs. If you buy and install just any LED lights without considering your specific needs, you may get into problems. In a lot of Weed growing forums, LED lights from ViparSpesctra are highly recommended. If you’re interested to read more about LED grow lights and weed growing, we highly recommend this article on how to grow weed. Should be a fast read.
Buying a video game can be exciting, especially for beginners.
The idea of playing a game you really wanted – you will not just be able to see a game firsthand, but also experience a game firsthand.
But just like other things you purchase in stores, there are some considerations you have to think about beforehand.
Those being said, consider these when buying a video game:
Who doesn’t love freebies? If you’re buying a video game, especially your first one, make the most out of it by checking out bundle deals. These are usually found in Target and other big-named merchandise stores. These are also usually found during Christmas and other widely-known global holidays. You will not only get the video game you wanted, but also a bunch of freebies that you can either use in the game or in other games.
Buying a video game is just like buying a kitchen equipment. What’s better: an online game vs. an offline game? What’s better: a standard mixer vs. a bread machine? For this, you need to check out the pros of buying a specific video game title via ratings, which usually range from unsatisfactory to highly unsatisfactory or 1 star to 5 stars. And for this, you also need to check out the cons of buying a specific video game title via comments, which usually range from negative ones that might sound damaging for the product or positive ones that can sound promising for the product.
This is probably the most important thing about buying a video game. Make sure that the video game you have chosen is compatible with the video game device you have. Take for example: Crash Bandicoot GameBoy can be played on both GameBoy and GameBoy Advance, which makes it a dual-compatibility game. Another example: Overwatch can only be played on desktop with advanced specs and Pokemon Go can only be played on mobile with intermediate specs, which makes it a single-compatibility game.
Always remember: Even if you bought a video game with a bundle deal or bought a video game with positive online reviews and even bought a video game with dual-compatibility, it won’t matter if the overall quality of the game itself is less than satisfactory. Check out the graphics, as well as the gameplay for this.
Do you know any other considerations when buying a video game? Let us know in the comments section below!
Video games made our life more interesting and fun especially when we were kids.
Maybe you’re still a gamer right now. Yes, video games can be fun and exciting. But sometimes, you can’t prevent yourself from cursing the TV screen or monitor.
What makes you angry when playing video games? Find it out below!
Have you played Dark Souls before? This game is just pure hell, trust me! Don’t try to play it unless you have to guts and patience!
Even the normal enemies are powerful enough to kill you alone. If ever you found a boss, quickly evade and run as fast as you can! Some bosses are huge, fast, and powerful, they can even kill you in a single hit. Imagine you’re close to finishing a quest, then suddenly a powerful boss comes out of nowhere and just hit you to death. How frustrating can that be?
Don’t get me started with Mike Tyson in Punch-Out. Impossible.
Some gamers are being selfish when playing. They don’t care and they treat everyone as an enemy.
Teamwork is required, especially for MOBA or shooting games. And no, you can’t kill all your enemies alone unless you cheat or just insanely skilled. Don’t you love to play with these kinds of people?
Well, I do! I do love to give them a beating they’ll never forget! Just kidding.
Playing Using a Poor-Quality Gaming Desktop/Laptop
Some games can only be played through a high-end desktops or laptops.
What will happen if you try to force your poor-quality desktop to run high-quality games? Expect force closure, bad delay, and very horrible graphics! Don’t try to run high-quality games if you’re unit can’t afford to run it or you’ll be frustrated and gets into rage mode in no time.
It also applies to your controllers too. It’s just really annoying if someone beats you in a handicap match.
Lag is the reason why every gamer dies and loses. Just kidding!
Isn’t it frustrating to experience lag in the middle of the game? It definitely is! Avoid playing when your internet connection is slow or you’ll end up smashing everything you’ll find. This includes your gaming consoles or desktop!
So, there you have it fellow gamers. Do you have any other things you can share with us? If ever I missed one, feel free to share what makes you rage while playing video games! Experiencing these during a game can be very annoying, but this would make playing even more exciting or not!
Take a break. You’re playing games for too long! Here’s a dark chocolate covered marshmallow to fill you up and satisfy you before you play again and kill that annoying boss (or teammate)!
Thanks for reading!