Concentration

Posted April 6th, 2014 by Tony. Comments Off on Concentration.

Concentration is a mental tools more powerful at our disposal, but few people know really use it to its maximum capacity.Essentially, the concentration is the ability to focus attention on a current task, while blocking other distraction or unrelated stimuli. This includes sounds insignificant, visual, and most important input, thoughts that wander or inapplicable. When the concentration is in the optimum levels, we find that our work is easier, more easily remember, take less time, and tend to incur few mistakes. Generally, a good movie or a great novel is interesting, with Visual and auditory stimuli (which drowns often sights and sounds around), and require little effort or ability to pay attention. The concentration problem diagnosis is often difficult to focus our attention when the material is without interest or complex, when there are some physical discomfort, When there is emotional as sadness or irritability distraction, or when there are auditory or Visual distractions. The problems of concentration of the child can also be early signs of disorders or learning disabilities, and if it is persistent or distracted the day-to-day operation, be evaluated by a health care professional.

The sustainable level of concentration of a person is dependent on a combination of the following factors: * dedication or commitment with the current task * interest in the task * capacity and ability to perform the task * a happy emotional and physical state * an appropriate environment with few distractions once these factors are carefully balanced, becomes easier the mind to focus its attention on a select group of stimuli and block unwanted or irrelevant thoughts. While this may not take much at first, it may be possible to improve concentration problems. With practice and techniques of concentration, the concentration (as any other skill) can be embossed. What causes concentration problems? It is important to understand the difficulties that prevent concentration until we try to improve it.

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