How Does This Happen?
Here is a short list of some of the most common physical causes of distraction: alcohol, fatigue, poor nutrition, irregular sleep and drugs.
Psychological challenges can also cause you to lose focus, such as boredom, overload, fear, guilt and burn out.
Your environment can certainly cause you to lose focus with things like noise, television, temperature, lighting and interruptions from others.
What Can I do To Help Myself?
Routines help create a time and place for focus and accomplishment. Having a fixed time and place for work, study or reading on a daily basis helps train the mind. Being regular with breaks makes you more productive in the long run.
Proper diet, exercise, and sufficient rest are essential for maximum focus.
It’s Still Bothering Me, Now What?
Maybe your lack of focus is due to interference with your nervous system from internal factors like bones out of place in the spine? This all too common problem is called “sub-lux-ation” by scientists and doctors. Maximal focus can only occur when the spine is balanced and the nervous system is free from interference.
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