It’s simple – clutter effects your brain negatively and increase your distractions. When you have too many things around you , your brain spread its attention & focus towards each part of the clutter negatively affecting your ability to focus and process information. When you live or work in a cluttered environment, each clutter’s part… Continue reading Why you should maintain a clean space to improve focus?
20%! Every time you visit a web-page, it’s most likely that you read only 20% of that web-page ‘text’ content. But why? It’s simple – because you don’t have time to read every word written on that page & you just efficiently scan the web-page to find the information you are looking for (and one… Continue reading How much (or how little!) do you read online?
Do you know we read a web-page in a very different manner than we read a newspaper or a book. Eye-tracking study has revealed that most of the people read web-page in “F” pattern! In layman’s language, we can call is ‘web-page scanning’. It is so as while reading a web-page, we get lazier! At start, we read each word of upper… Continue reading (Mostly) ‘F’ is the shape in which you read online content!
We all know that how addictive we are to our Smartphones. Perhaps the first thing we do in the morning is to check our Smartphone (really important!). Students are no exception. One Smart Guy, “Maths Mathisen” have figured out a solution to this addiction. It’s his brand new app – “Hold” which pays you for… Continue reading Just don’t look at Your Smartphone and this App will Pay You!
To the surprise of most people, the answer is yes! There is science behind that (mind you!). And its simple science – distractions outside the music world are more than in the music world. Means, when you are listening to music, you become deaf for outside noises around you and you are able to focus… Continue reading Does Music Improve Your Focus & Concentration?
Almost all of us find it impossible to ignore the bloody Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp and other push notifications! Do You ever wonder why these “push” notifications are so compulsive? Well we got it (it’s something technical related to medical science!)! When some notification hit your phone, it triggers one neuro-chemical in your brain called ‘Dopamine’ which compel you to check the notification. After, checking notification, ‘Dopamine’ releases which makes You feel happy! All Social Media Companies are using this trick to destroy your time and mind as well! We suggest one solution: Go to your Smartphone settings and turn-off the push notifications!