Breaking the connection between stress and tunnel vision
from By Eric Lamberson
Sometimes during a dangerous or life-threatening situation, it simply becomes impossible for you to attend to all the stimuli coming at you simultaneously. A temporary blindness or deafness effect can take place as a result. A variety of factors that include high levels of adrenaline in the body from stress or anger can cause inattentional blindness — a temporary loss of peripheral vision, also referred to as temporary tunnel vision.
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