7 scientific tips to improve concentration

7 Scientific Tips to improve Concentration

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The 7 Scientific Tips to Improve Concentration are very crucial for students in such a way that through concentration, students can enhance their learning, improve their memory retention, increase productivity, reduce procrastination, enhance their problem-solving skills, improve time management, and finally improve the quality of their work. That’s why we will give you the 7 Scientific Tips to Improve Concentration.

According to experts, the average attention span of humans is 8.25 seconds. The human attention span decreased by 25% from 2000 to 2015. So. improving our attention span is very necessary.

But, these days, students cannot study with full concentration due to many distractions like using mobile phones, friends chatting and playing, etc. So, they are very nervous about how to study with full concentration. while studying at home, they could only study with full attention for a short time.

Here are 7 scientific tips to improve your attention span and concentration while studying:

1. Recite the Holy Quran and pray Namaz:

By reciting the Holy Quran, a student can maximize his focus to an incredible level.
A store attention span than a student who does not offer prayers

Our Holy Prophet said:

“The best of you is he who learns the Quran and teaches it”

2. Mindfulness and Meditation:


Focusing on the present moment is made easier by practicing mindfulness. Every day, take a few minutes to sit motionless, close your eyes, and concentrate on your breathing.

It has been demonstrated that mindfulness can remodel the brain, strengthening attention in daily life.
Regular mindfulness practice improves attention span and cognitive function.
Mindfulness can enhance concentration by approximately 20%.

3. Train Your Brain with Brain Games:


Playing brain games is very important for students. After playing them, they can start studying with full concentration.
Engage in brain-training activities such as puzzles, word searches, or memory games.

Working memory and problem-solving abilities can be developed and concentration increased by engaging in brain training five days a week for 15 minutes each day.

Brain training can enhance concentration by an estimated 7%

4. Minimize Distractions:

distractions hurt students because students do not study with focus if they are facing distractions.

Use internet blockers, turn off phone notifications, and establish a distraction-free study space.

Eliminating distractions can boost concentration by around 15%.

5. Work in Blocks of Time:

Break up your study sessions into focused blocks of time (like 25 minutes), followed by brief rest periods.
Focus can be maintained by working in segments and taking breaks. Concentration levels can rise by around 12% when time is structured.

6. Stay Physically Active:

Increased blood flow to the brain from regular exercise promotes cognitive performance.
An increase in concentration is about 18%.

7. Prioritize Quality Sleep:

Cognitive function and attentiveness are impacted by sleep deprivation.
Each night, try to get 7-9 hours of restful sleep.


Follow the following 7 Scientific tips to improve concentration. You don’t study well but also achieve your life goals.

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