Are there natural preparations that can help in the learning process?

According to a well-known saying, ‘you live and learn’ – and it is quite hard to disagree with this. After completing a stage of school or university education, we do not stop absorbing new information, acquiring new skills, learning languages needed for professional work, using computer programs, etc. Unfortunately, the modern world and various negative factors do not make it easier for us to learn in a broader sense – fortunately, we can then use preparations commonly available over-the-counter, to support this process.

In order to learn, you need more than just the right processes taking place in the body. How quickly we can remember new information is influenced by many different factors, starting from the ability to concentrate and focus, through the surrounding environment, whether we are relaxed, the way we eat, all the way to individual predispositions of your character! Unfortunately, the hurry, stress, fast pace of life or fatigue, all of which are omnipresent in the 21st century, are not conducive to fast and effective learning – this applies both to children and adolescents of school age, as well as adults.

The natural ways to support the learning process

If you have problems with learning, concentrating, focusing, and absorbing new information, it is worth implementing a few simple rules that will allow you to significantly improve your intellectual abilities.

  • The right amount of sleep – although it may seem trivial, we are not able to function effectively, when sleepy, and this also applies to science. Approximately 6-9 hours of sleep a day is essential!
  • Good organisation of the day – it should include time for work, study, home duties, but also relaxation. The body will get used to resting at a given time, but in other hours intellectual effort is required.
  • Proper preparation of the place of study – the room should be aired, the desk tidy, the TV and radio switched off, the mobile phone muted – in one word: cut yourself off from all distracting stimuli.
  • Diet – there is nothing innovative about it: some products contain nutrients that affect our ability to concentrate and remember. It is mainly magnesium, potassium, and polyunsaturated fatty acids.
  • Dividing learning into stages – especially useful, when there is a lot of information to learn. Dividing information into groups and gradually learning more is not as overwhelming as trying to master everything immediately.

Natural substances supporting the learning process

In order to increase your ability to absorb new information or improve your ability to concentrate and remember, you can also use proven products that contain natural ingredients to support these processes. It can be e.g. Perceptin, which supports learning and memory processes, thanks to precisely selected ingredients, while at the same time it supports combating stress that accompanies work or exams.

For example, Perceptin contains Ashwagandha root extract, which supports learning, remembering and maintaining good mental fitness in the elderly, thyme-leafed gratiola, which can have a beneficial effect on brain function and contribute to improving short and long term memory and increasing concentration and intelligence, as well as rose root, which contributes to maintaining the optimal mental and cognitive activity.

 

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