There are countless reasons why you can’t watch esports without the sound of an announcers microphone.
But one of the biggest reasons is the noise, which is also known as noise pollution.
When you hear the sound, it can cause anxiety and anxiety is a common theme in esports.
Some experts have even suggested that noise pollution is linked to brain damage.
The University of Minnesota study has also found that people with the highest noise pollution are also the most anxious.
So, how do you know if your noise pollution levels are the culprit?
Here are 10 ways to avoid the noise pollution in esports: 1.
Reduce the volume of your headset, headphones and speakers.
A study by the University of Colorado at Boulder found that when people play sports with headsets, their brains are actually working harder than when they are playing without them.
It’s because when you have headphones, the noise can drown out your sound.
If you’re playing esports without a headset, try lowering the volume and lowering your sound volume by 20dB, researchers found.
Watch for sound pollution from the stands.
A team of researchers led by Andrew M. Zaslow from the University at Albany, New York, found that playing with headphones and headsets caused the ears to respond differently to noise and sound pressure levels than when the noise was being caused by an official player.
Avoid loud noises during matches.
When a team is practicing in the stands, try to avoid any sound that is loud enough to disturb other players.
When you see a player, ask them if they are okay and if so, why they are there.
If they say yes, then you may not want to play that game, the team’s coach says.4.
Watch the crowd.
If your esports team is playing in a stadium, try not to watch the crowd, Zaslo says.
Instead, try looking to the side and watching the players play.
If the crowd is loud, it will make it difficult for the players to hear what they are doing, he says.5.
Stay in the moment.
When watching a game, keep a close eye on the action.
You can see the action and try to focus on the moment, Zastrow says.6.
Watch your breathing.
When the noise in the stadium gets louder, your ears may begin to work harder, causing you to breathe more deeply, the study found.7.
Listen to the crowd as it happens.
Watch the crowd before you start playing.
If you hear some of the crowd reacting to your movements, then there is a chance that they are not responding properly, Zazzo says.8.
Be aware of the noise.
If there are loud noises in the crowd while you are playing, consider taking a breath or taking a deep breath, the researchers say.
The research was published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine.