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Your clients and patients may feel a bit more distracted these days and want to be able to better control how well they can focus their attention, right? Maybe they want to be more productive, boost their brains’ cognitive ability, or even reduce their risk of dementia. A fascinating study shows how some of the healthy habits you recommend can be the answer for them!

This study combed through dozens of previous studies (74 to be exact) to sort through and figure out which regular self-care habits can help the brain improve its “executive function” so that it can ditch distractions better and focus attention on what matters.

This study gives you even more support for the benefits of many healthy lifestyle habits so you can share them with your audience to show them how very important their day-to-day health is for their brain. They will feel even more knowledgeable and empowered to choose healthy habits.

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Release Date: August 2022

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  • A short primer for your clients on focus, attention, and the “executive function” needed to filter out distractions

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Related topics: Attention, focus, productivity, brain health, cognitive health, meditation, cardio, fitness, sleep

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Study design: Review of 74 studies that looked at how five lifestyle habits can impact “executive function” and found that three of these habits can help (some in as few as 5-14 days)

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McCormick, C. R. (2022). Lifestyle factors and their impact on the networks of attention. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 36(1), 135-53.
https://psycnet.apa.org/record/2022-14811-001

About the study:

  • In order to be attentive and focus on a task, one element we need is our executive function. This executive function is what allows us to filter out unnecessary distractions.
  • A recent study reviewed a total of 74 previous studies to find out how much each of these lifestyle habits can impact our executive function:
    • Meditation – 18 studies
    • Exercise – 10 studies
    • Sleep – 17 studies
    • Drug use (e.g., caffeine, nicotine, alcohol, cannabis) – 18 studies
    • Environmental and social factors (e.g., taking nature walks, colour temperatures, nighttime noise, socio-economic status, experiencing a divorce) – 11 studies
  • Conclusions: 
    • Of these five lifestyle habits, three (meditation, exercise, and sleep) were found to improve our executive function. The other two (drug use and environmental/social factors) did not seem to have an effect.
  • Study strength:
  • All studies have limitations. This is a very comprehensive review of dozens of studies, however not all of the studies had similar results. 
  • More research is needed in these areas. For example, even though one study showed improved attention after meditating for just 20-minutes per day for 5 days, it’s not known what effects different amounts of meditation have or for how long those benefits last. When it comes to the benefits of exercise, more research can help unpack which qualities of different physical activities most help the brain’s attention. Many of the sleep studies were done by artificially restricting sleep for a 24-hour period, so more research is needed to better understand what longer-term chronic sleep deprivation can do to our executive functioning. Also, there were no studies on the impact that nutrition and diet have on attention, focus, and executive functioning, so this is another area of opportunity.

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