Maybe you have trouble concentrating? Do not worry, it’s not dramatic! Especially since there are natural remedies that can help you boost your memory and focus more easily.
Concentration is useful and necessary on a daily basis to accomplish certain tasks, whether in your personal life, professional or for students. However, it is fragile! It’s not enough to say th
at you have to focus on that. Indeed, it is a mental orientation in one and the same direction. But contrary to some received ideas, you should know that the concentration is not under your direct control. It depends on many factors that are both internal (related to sleep or anxiety for example) and external factors such as the environment. To no longer suffer, it is possible to naturally remedy issues of concentration.
In this article, we will show you some natural tips and grandmother’s remedies to make you feel better and concentrate more easily. Are you ready? Let’s go!
Gingko is a plant native to China. It has been used since the beginning of time to boost memory. Indeed, it is scientifically proven that the leaves of the Ginko tree improve cerebral microcirculation. You can use Gingko as a classic brew. Boil some water and add some dried leaves. During exams, for example, students are advised to drink three cups a day in the morning, afternoon and evening for about three weeks.
It is also possible to follow a “background treatment”, that is to say, regularly consume a gingko infusion to maintain your memory. It is no coincidence that our grandmothers and their ancestors used this plant! However, do not overdo it, the plants are powerful. Do not hesitate to seek advice from a professional.
It is well known, magnesium improves memory and concentration. Moreover, it is common to follow a course of magnesium during exams. However, the ideal is to consu
me regularly via food. It should be known that cocoa powder, Brazil nuts, almonds or sunflower seeds contain a lot. Magnesium is a mineral that maintains the plasticity of synapses. That is, it improves the connection between the cells of our brain. It is for this reason that we generally propose to make some cures in the form of supplements. It should not be abused. A magnesium cure of 150mg in the morning for a few months should see significant improvement. And of course, regularly eat natural foods!
3. The essential oil of cypress
Cypress essential oil is indicated to prevent memory loss and to promote concentration. It promotes the circulation of blood, especially in the brain. It is for this reason that it is useful in the context of memory loss. And often, I recommend it to students who have upcoming exams and have too much to learn!
Like all essential oils, you must be wary of its power. But without contraindication, you can put a drop of essential oil of cypress on a sugar cube and consume twice a day for three days. Be careful, you should not use it during pregnancy, breastfeeding, or if you suffer from certain diseases such as fibroids or mastoses. It is also not recommended for children. If in doubt, seek the advice of a professional.
4. The bacopa
Bacopa is a plant widely used in Ayurvedic medicine. The Indians consume it to improve their intellectual performance. Bacopa increases the production of proteins in the part of the brain responsible for long-term memory. It is known to improve the speed of brain function. Bacopa is hard to find but it is possible to buy in a drugstore, usually in the form of capsules. We must respect the dosages and do not hesitate to seek advice from a medicinal plants specialist for the treatment to be really effective.
By adopting these few principles, you will certainly notice positive effects on your ability to focus. So, when do you start?