Concentration Difficulty
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Concentration Difficulty

To concentrate is to be able to constantly prioritise which particular stimulation one chooses to react to. Attempts to engage with learning tasks create physiological frustration when there is insufficient coordination between the different muscle groups and the breathing process. Activities that involve fine and gross motor movements, such as reading or writing, often show that as the child tries to learn the body may fidget in an attempt to gain back the oxygen, reduce tension, or simply struggle to stay focused on learning.