|Mindful meditation is useful in so many ways, it helps to clearly focus one thing in the present. All other thoughts are quietly released and attention returns to the present. The ability to do this helps manage distractions more effectively.
“Our discovery that mindfulness meditators more quickly adjusted the brain wave that screens out distraction could explain their superior ability to rapidly remember and incorporate new facts.”
By Steve PollakThu, Apr 21 2011 at 12:48 PM EST A new study conducted by researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology reports that meditation may help the brain ‘turn down the volume on distractions.
We have such busy, complex lives that a lot of information slips through the memory banks and we are so distracted by other thoughts that we forget. This is very common, if you want to improve your focus and memory try meditation techniques that help you control distractions.
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