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Bid Adieu to the 10 Most Annoying Concentration Killers

The concentration killers are always preying upon you. To combat them, you must first recognize them and then take necessary steps.

Mental Health By Vasudha Bhat / Jun 18, 2014

Concentration Killers

Each of us has been through times when our daily tasks got finished exceptionally early some days while on other days, trying to get the focus at work took a precious part of our day away from us.

So, why does it happen? Concentration killers is why.

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Multi-Tasking

The saying "Jack of all Trades, Master of None’’ fits in the best here. In order to complete all your tasks in time, you often tend to deal with more than one thing at a time. This will reduce your ability to concentrate properly on any of the things.

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Disturbing Surrounding

This means that your co-workers constantly interrupt your work. Also, the surroundings which you work in are uncomfortably noisy and kill your concentration.

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Interruptions from Social Life

Checking your e-mails, responding to calls or messages from your family and friends, and continuously visiting social media sites to stay updated can be big concentration killers.

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Tediousness

When you feel bored of your work, your concentration starts shifting and you start looking for different things which could keep you entertained.

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Stress

When your mind wanders outside office thinking about family problems or health issues, your concentration from work gets killed.

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Health Problems

When you experience pain or any other health related issues it becomes impossible to concentrate on work.

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Medicines

There are some medications which without your knowledge affect your ability to concentrate. Medications which are usually taken to fight depression prove to be an effective concentration killer.

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Fatigue

When you are not able to sleep properly the fatigue level of your body increases dramatically. Sleep deprivation makes you low on energy as a result of which you are not able to concentrate on the job.

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Hunger

When you are hungry, the dropped nutrition level of your body does not let you concentrate on the task you are performing.

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