Ha ha, good question! I had a friend just asked me this. The short answer is yes, of course there are supplements!
The long answer is you have several options. Reducing outside distractions is imperative. Think about if you are in a room and the TV is blaring, kids are screaming, someone has the radio turned up loud, the strobe light is going, an alarm clock going off and the telephone rings. Nightmare, right? That would be near impossible to try to focus with those visual and auditory annoyances. So if that were your life and I told you to smear a little essential oil under your nose do you think that would cure at all? Clearly that's an excessive number of things but what I'm getting at is sometimes people are trying to focus and there are numerous outside influences that have to be stopped. Similar to too many browsers open on the computer.
My recommendations always include a chiropractic adjustment to get your head on straight, reduced obvious annoyances, A body that's hydrated by freshwater, appropriate food in your system (which is like gas in your car) and making sure you have had enough sleep. Once those factors are under control then we can chat about supplemental help.
I always suggest essential oils that get you to breathe deeper so more oxygen gets to your brain. Like peppermint, eucalyptus, brain power, clarity or lavender, Cedarwood and vetiver combo. I'm in love with Young Living's mind wise and Ningxia red. I think fish oils are very beneficial. Basically feeding your brain good brain food. But honestly, if Our brain is like a computer and we're asking it to do too many things at the same time, depending on your age you may have to stop multitasking so much. I can't wait for this stage to be over of where people pretend they can do everything all while looking and feeling good. It's catching up with us:..
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Hi, I'm Dr. Heidi!
A mom of 3, pediatric chiropractor, natural remedy guru and wellness educator.