1. Take a break from calls and messages.

When you work 24/7, you are constantly under stress. By forcing yourself to turn off your cell phone, you give your body a break from the constant source of stress. Modern technology provides constant communication, so often people communicate, solve problems by phone almost 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is incredibly difficult to enjoy your free time and thoughts after work if you are constantly receiving work-related messages. If you can’t turn off your phone on weekdays, practice at least on the weekends. Choose a time when you can be inaccessible to everyone. You will be amazed at how much it will positively affect you and reduce your stress levels.

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1. A lot of information.

We live in an age of new technologies, we receive too much information every day, we have constant stress and an accelerated pace of life. The ability of our brain to concentrate, structure and remember in such conditions is lost. We are often afraid that we will not be able to remember anything. But there are things we can’t forget. As soon as an unpleasant moment or unnecessary information comes to mind, turn on your favorite music or watch your favorite movie. As a result, you will be able to clear your mind of unnecessary information and thus increase concentration. Excessive amounts of unnecessary information daily reduce your concentration.

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