Here are ways to increase focus and concentration
There are a few ways to increase your focus and concentration. A new drug called Neurocaps is a great way to improve your focus and your memory. But if you do not have the money to buy this drug now check out our 4 food tip that will help.
1. Leafy Greens
A 2006 study in Neurology showed that people who ate two or more daily servings of vegetables, especially leafy greens, had the mental focus of people five years their junior. Have a big salad for lunch; serve some sautéed spinach at dinner.
2. Whole Grains
Studies show that eating a breakfast of whole grains helps sustain mental focus better than a morning meal of refined carbohydrates or no breakfast at all. Two to try: whole-grain cereal with milk or eggs with whole-wheat toast.
3. Coffee Is great for increasing focus
It might come as no surprise that coffee can help your mind feel sharper (goodbye, morning brain fog!), but did you know that coffee affects men and women differently? Men actually feel more alert more quickly than women do after drinking a caffeinated beverage, according to research from the University of Barcelona.
In the study, men reported feeling less drowsy after only 10 minutes and sustained the mental boost for a half hour. Women got a “kick” from coffee too, but rated it weaker than the men did. But women, it turns out, are more influenced by the placebo effect when it comes to caffeine. Just anticipating the stimulating effects of caffeine may be enough to feel them. When the same researchers had participants drink decaf, women reported feeling significantly more alert than men, who reported just a slight boost. If you are lazy in preparing coffee, try using Nespresso machines as they use pods. These cost a little high but you can save some with smartness – To know more, read guide to Nespresso pods by Friedcoffee.
It’s not technically a food, but a 2011 study found that people who chewed gum during a stressful task were more alert afterwards than when they did the task without gum.