Problems with focus show
up in unique ways.
Trouble focusing shows up in one of three unique subtypes.
The section below will help you determine your subtype. You can then access key resources to help tailor your path to more balance and joy.
What does an unfocused state feel like to you?
Read the subtypes below and choose the one that answers that question best for you. Select your subtype to then learn about the food, supplements, exercise, and sleep practices that are best for your subtype.
I often feel disorganized, anxious, and restless. I tend to be talkative, creative, impulsive, have trouble following through on tasks, and get over-focused on activities I really like.
I often feel fidgety, distracted, and compulsive. I tend to get angry, defiant, aggressive, and am easily upset. I might have sensory sensitivities, trouble settling down, and mood swings.
I often feel spaced out and flat in mood. It seems like it takes too long for me to process things and my energy and motivation can be low. I am sensitive and sometimes withdraw.
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