How Do We Lose Our Train of Thought?


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Ben Hall

Have you ever had one of those moments where you are working extremely hard on something and completely forget what you are doing ten seconds later? Well, this article will explain a bit about that.

First of all, distractions are what make you lose your concentration most of the time. To help this try to focus on nothing but your workspace, and tune out non-important sounds around you. listening to music helps you keep your concentration. Another thing you can do is get a good night’s sleep, which will relieve stress along with making you feel refreshed when you wake up.

Secondly, losing your train of thought is not always a bad thing. How do you think this article was made? Because I kept losing my train of thought the day I began writing an article, I just decided to write about it. If you are thinking of something that is causing you stress, do something else, you will not think about that situation and end up mostly forgetting it.

Another thing you can do is to not be distracting yourself. If you randomly cause some kind of distraction out of nowhere, it causes other people around you to lose their concentration. Focus yourself on something other than distracting people, and it will benefit both you and others.

In conclusion, we tend to lose our concentration because of some kind of distraction, or just an off day. Trying to eliminate different distractions around you can cause you to concentrate a little easier on things you need to focus on.

How often do you lose your train of thought? How do you keep your concentration on different things?