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Tools for Staying Focused in this issue of Tools for Health
October 06, 2006
Focus: center, concentrate, get detail, home in, hone in, knuckle down, pinpoint, spotlight, zero in, zoom in.
This is the state of being where we get things done! Not only are they done, but they are accomplished in a timely and effective manner.
How is your focus? What about the children in your life? Need some extra help?
The tools in this issue of Tools for Health can be helpful for many lack-of-focus issues including A.D.D., general inability to focus on studies, and many problems in between.
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September/October 2006............Issue #017
In This Issue
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Looking at the Root Cause
The first thing to do is look at what the possible root cause(s) might be.
Are you simply doing too much?
What Others Have Done
My son is 13 and he's in grade 8. He is really trying to do extremely well this year because he wants to apply for science and technology school for next year. So I decided to try a few products with him to see if they would help him concentrate. I put him on 2 focus attention and super oil 2 every morning and zinc in the evening. He has never got an A+ in French and he finally got one (French is not his favorite subject). He has told me he can concentrate and keep focus more. I never had any doubt in the herbs but I believe a person also has to want to take the supplements so they work better within the body. That's our testimonial.
Aromatherapy for Body, Mind, and Spirit, by Larissa Jones has two excellent recipes for focusing attention. One is called Memory Aid, the other is Study Buddy which I share with you here.
Combine oils. Put one or two drops on a tissue and inhale periodically. Or put several drops in an aromaball diffuser or a nebulizing diffuser.
We have used this at our house with great success.
Where to Find Your Tools
Aromatherapy for Body, Mind, and Spirit, by Larissa Jones
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