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Decreased Concentration In Work

Decreased concentration in work shows the reduced ability of the mind to focus on work. It can occur due to medical, psychological, or cognitive problems. Problems that cause decreased concentration in work include sleep apnea, heavy metal poisoning, infections, pain syndromes, traumatic brain injury, stroke, attention deficit disorder, vision disorders, delirium, dementia, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and stress. Eating balanced food, getting proper sleep, reducing the intake of caffeine, and managing stress by doing meditation helps to improve concentration in work.

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How to tackle my concentration problem?

Query: Hi doctor,I am doing my second year of college. I am unable to concentrate on my studies during the exam. I am very tense. I am always overthinking situations. My parents stay abroad. I am capable of scoring good marks, but because of my fear, I cannot do anything. Is there any way to come out of th...  Read Full »

Lakhani Kiran

Answer: Hi, Welcome to Yes, you can. At the start, let me tell you, you are not the only one who is facing this. Many of us go through such a phase and come out of it. So, do not worry and think about things that you like to do and give some time to them every day. This will give you a fe...  Read Full »

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