6. Exercise and Eat Healthy.
Often our lack of focus comes from biological and chemical reasons stemming from being unfit or using less than optimal fuel for our body. Even small amounts of exercise – in the neighborhood of thirty minutes a day five days a week will help your ability to focus much more easily. Add to this a clean and healthy diet and you will likely feel like a new person. One without scattered thoughts and one who accomplishes their goals with a smile on their face.
7. Make Sure You Get Enough Sleep.
Insomnia causes a major lack of focus in most people. Without at least eight hours of sleep for our brains and bodies to recharge it’s only natural for our focus to suffer greatly. Some studies have even shown a lack of sleep can cause a ten point drop in I.Q. scores! That’s hardly a good thing is it? There’s a few tricks to help getting to bed on time if you have difficulties; keep your bedroom cool, no caffeine after dinner, no television or radio while in bed and so on. Get your sleep and you will find your batteries charged and you’ll be more ready for whatever life has to offer.