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Why Young Generation is Losing Their Mental Concentration?

Nowadays it becomes a more prominent question, “why today’s generation is losing their mental concentration?”

All these happened by taking too much stress. Stress is terrible. Most of the teenagers are in the grip of a mental-health crisis, as they “suffer” from stress and young people are turning it on themselves.

One must first understand about stress, it can be interpreted as “Stress is the body’s response to any unusual demands made on it, whether those demands are physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual”.

Reason behind that:

Spreading Social media trend

Spreading-Social-media-trendIncreasing highly social media trend is the biggest reason of reduction in mental concentration. People are unable to do their work effectively due to their addiction of social media. This affects the person’s mindset because of a large number of friends available on Facebook, Instagram, WhtsApp as they are more concerned about the other’s opinion that increases their stress level and anxiety.

Lack of self-awareness


Usually these types of people come in procrastinating category. Most of the time they just make excuses, “I just hate the studying”…or “I will do it tomorrow”…and that tomorrow never come because wasted time and neglected opportunity are the two things that never come back in life.

Lack of performance

Lack-of-performanceSometimes people are good in knowledge, but apparently they fail to express their views and ideas. They don’t want to face any adversity. They can’t carry any smart conversations and are not open minded. They just think everyone should view life as the way they view. They are highly indifferent about everything and never takes stand for anything, that reduces the performance level.


A study of national trends about mental health among teenagers and young adults published in the journal Pediatrics on November 14 found that the pervasiveness of teens who reported a major depressive episodes in the last 12 months increased from 8.7% in 2005 to 11.5% in 2014 that is a jump of 37 percent. (An MDE is defined as a period of at least two weeks of low mood that is present in most circumstances. Symptoms include low self-esteem, loss of interest in normally enjoyable activities, and problems with sleep, energy and concentration.)

How to overcome mental concentration problem?


Raise Confidence level: confidence is a key, so find out that element which will help to raise your confidence level. Give yourself an opportunity to discover what you like and what you don’t like and do not distress yourself by other’s viewpoint.



Achieve mental strength:

  • Try to learn something new every day
  • Do exercise daily by giving adversity task to your mind
  • Be more socialized
  • Get ready for the challenges

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