Mental Focus

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The issue of the lack of concentration is not limited to young children alone. Many adults complain about it and find advice on how to increase concentration. Here are some tips that I found to be more effective.

1. Make a planned time

Set up a schedule for the tasks. The key is a balance, to allocate time appropriately to serious, difficult tasks as the study, as well as for leisure … And stick to it. Do not keep very similar tasks together so that your calendar has built variety to avoid boredom.

2. Identify your peak

We all have our moments of maximum alertness within 24 hours of the cycle. However, this is not the same for everyone. Find yours and use it for tasks more difficult or less attractive.

3. Go slowly accumulate over time

Start sticking to your study/project for 10 to 15 minutes to start. Progress slowly. So it is important to discipline yourself, the more important is the time to effective use. So start small, but stick to it, even if you are not able to concentrate easily.

4. Take breaks in between

On an average attention span of a serious task is no more than 20 minutes. Therefore, while studying for longer sequences, it is advisable to take a break for maybe five minutes after 20-25 minutes and return to employment.

5. Attention to the surroundings

The location, direction, lighting – all make a difference to your ability to pay attention. You must be quite comfortable in a quiet place with good lighting, etc.

6. Away with distractions

While television and radio are the most obvious distractions and can easily be avoided, there are others such as phone calls, or friends and relatives who drop in for a chat some time. There are no general rules for them and you get to design your personal rules to take care of these issues.

7. Manage requirements

Make sure you have pre-arranged all your requirements before you begin. It can be your study material, notes, pen, pencil, calculator, highlighter or whatever you may need during your study/work.

8. Join young people

If you have young children, sit down with them for your study. It will motivate you to discipline yourself and focus.

9. Put your heart with the spirit

The application of your mind at work is a prerequisite in all cases, but adding curiosity and a positive attitude that makes the real difference. When you become curious and start enjoying the study, assimilation and understanding are much faster, much better.

10. Exercise your mental faculties

Games such as crosswords, sudoku, and word scrambles are tools of relaxation and good help to improve memory and concentration. Keep some time for them.

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Carla Smith is the founder of Safe and Healthy Life. Her main objective is to provide informative articles, reviews, and analysis of health & fitness topics to her readers that help them to make their life easier and happier. Connect with her on Twitter.