Concentration refers to the mental effort you direct toward whatever you’re working on or learning at the moment.

1. Train your brain
Brain training games can also help you develop your working and short-term memory, as well as your processing and problem-solving skills.

2. Get your game on
Brain games may not be the only type of game that can help improve concentration. Newer research also suggests playing video games could help boost concentration.

3. Improve sleep
Sleep deprivation can easily disrupt concentration, not to mention other cognitive functions, such as memory and attention.

4. Make time for exercise
 A 2018 study looking at 116 fifth-graders found evidence to suggest daily physical activity could help improve both concentration and attention after just 4 weeks.

5. Spend time in nature

If you want to boost your concentration naturally, try to get outside every day, even for just 15 to 20 minutes. 

6. Give meditation a try
Meditation and mindfulness practices can offer multiple benefits. Improved concentration is only one of these.

7. Take a break
How can taking a break from work or homework increase your concentration? This idea might seem counterintuitive, but experts say it really works.

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