Practicing mindfulness can help your superior cognitive processes, which is closely related to learning. Mindfulness is characterized by understanding your body, living in the present, controlling anxiety and emotions, and concentrating on breathing.
How can you do it? Try to focus on your breathing and how your eyes move when you’re reading. Doing this will keep you present while you study, which will help you stay focused and remember more information. There are applications available to help you master mindfulness. Spend a few minutes each day “centering” yourself and you’ll be able to learn more efficiently.
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