Visual Stress

Shoshana Shamberg

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Why are reading and attention span difficulties, migraines, and stress-related sensory processing problems increasing among school-aged children?

Why are adults increasingly complaining of stress-related conditions?

Could it be because both children and adults are spending most of their time sitting still for long periods under artificial lighting, working at their school desks or computer screens? The lack of movement, as well as auditory and visual stress, can affect our ability to listen, understand, and remember what we read or hear. It can also affect our ability to relax and use our bodies comfortably. Such stress may even lead to illness and learning disabilities, and then to low self-esteem, chronic depression, pain, and anxieties.

In this presentation, Shoshana will be showing participants proven ways to overcome visual stress and maximize learning and development.

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