Tuesday, June 1, 2021

Focus and Concentration Training Malaysia

Have you ever found yourself being agitated and irritated of being distracted by external stimuli and unable to sustain your focus in finishing a task?


Have you ever experienced the difficulty to follow multiple behavioural or cognitive steps in doing things such as solving a mathematical question, planning strategies for a developmental project or even the basic daily activities like preparing meals, and reading? 

If your answer is “YES” for the aforementioned questions, this article will be beneficial and provide an understanding on different categories of attention and science-based tips to improve it.


Attention is the cognitive skill that requires one to concentrate on an activity for as long as it takes to finish in spite of the presence of other distracting stimuli. It is undeniably vital for us, especially in dealing and finishing the tasks that take a long time to complete.


For example, a long-distance journey driver has to sustain his or her attention on the road conditions to avoid potential accidents. In fact, your attention is required while you are reading this text to know more about attention.  


According to Sohlberg and Mateer’s Hierarchical Attentional Model, attention is subdivided into several categories as below: 

  • Arousal: the activation level and level of alertness, whether we are energized or fatigue;
  • Focalized Attention: the ability to direct focus onto a stimulus or activity;
  • Sustained Attention: the ability to attend to a stimulus or activity for a long period of time;
  • Selective Attention: the ability to direct focus onto a specific stimulus or activity in the presence of other distracting stimuli;
  • Alternating Attention: the ability to change focus between two or more stimuli;
  • Divided Attention: the ability to pay focus to different stimuli at the same time.

Feel free to contact us if you would like to improve your attention.
We offer holistic approach (such as neurofeedback training) to 
improve your concerns.

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