Patient discussion about concentration

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Q. Where to concentrate on while losing weight and how?

a strongest muscle and largest muscle reduction will help me in losing weight. Where to concentrate on while losing weight and how?
A1why not do a sport that activates more muscles then just one..? running or swimming? those actions work on groups of big muscles and on your heart and lungs system that is very important in order to get in shape.
A2The largest muscle is the better option as the strongest muscle is not known. But the muscles of buttock are both large and also strong and you can lose on them. You can try multi-joint exercises like squats, leg presses, stair climbing, and lunges which will help you to develop your buttock and also recruit muscles in the abdomen and back which will help you develop even more muscle and burn more calories.

Q. Does anyone have ideas for ways to overcome concentration problems without depending on medications?

I'm reallllllly trying hard to study for my final exams and my ADD seems to bother me every time I touch the desk. Sometimes my thoughts fly out when I only think of how much I still have to study today!!! please- help if you can... I really don't want to start with meds...
A1Omega-3 fatty acids, phosphatidylserine, zinc and magnesium may have benefits with regard to ADD symptoms. i take omega-3 fatty acids every day for the past year and it helped me go threw a ruff year of studying.
A2Maybe Ginkgo biloba vitamins will help you.
Read hear about it's medicinal uses:
"The extract of the Ginkgo leaves contains flavonoid glycosides and terpenoids (ginkgolides, bilobalides) and has been used pharmaceutically. It has many alleged nootropic properties, and is mainly used as memory[19] and concentration enhancer, and anti-vertigo agent."
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