According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, forty million adults in the United States—18.1% of its population—suffer from at least one anxiety disorder. eSmartr creates and offers tools to help with anxiety in the form of Cognitive Boost Technology™.
For many students, homework is one of the worst parts of school. Taking some of the stress from the school building home with you is not a good feeling! So we want to talk about how to reduce homework stress—and how to begin while you’re still physically at school.
Spending so much time on homework can be frustrating and stressful, especially when being in school already takes up over thirty hours each week. If you can’t figure out how to stay focused on homework for so much time, and would rather be doing something else, we have some ideas that should help!
Over the course of a full school year, it can be challenging to keep your focus. For a lot of people, knowing how to focus on schoolwork is a challenge, for one very simple reason – most would rather be doing something else! Many students are motivated right when the school year begins, but by the end of the year are starting to get tired.
Stress is everywhere. It’s hard to avoid! And, for the most part, that’s okay. When you start to notice certain cognitive signs of stress, however, it may be a good moment to take a step back and reevaluate some things. But what is cognitive stress, and how does it affect us?
A little extra focus can go a long way. If medicine to focus better is your option of choice, however, you need to be careful to ensure that you are not hurting your mind and body, and discuss the option with a licensed doctor. Thankfully, there are other, safer techniques proven to work without nearly as much risk to your mind or body.
How to stay focused while reading? That is the question. Whether it’s because you think you might enjoy the hobby or because your college is forcing you to read the endless droning of whatever-their-names-are, you might find that it’s hard to get past a single section or chapter before your mind starts wandering, and it feels like you’re reading the same words over and over again...