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.
Depending on what you do for school or work, you might spend a lot of time reading: news articles, blogs, reports, instructions, and all kinds of other important items. If that is the case, you may have seen the title of this article and wondered – how does reading a book reduce stress?
No matter what today is bringing you, be it stepping up to home plate, an event to speak at publicly, a new workout routine, or ranked play online, calmness and confidence are your strongest available weapons.
No matter what you do for fun, work, or school, concentration is a constant factor of your success. Especially now, when many are working and learning from home, distractions are everywhere and it is easy to fall into the rabbit hole of long, tiring, and unproductive days.
Want to make an improvement to your life? There’s an app for that. With so much technology at our fingertips and so many options to help keep us on track, the responsibility of tracking your progress and optimizing your time should be easier than ever to manage. This has led to a major caveat: a lot of smartphone use.