1. Classical music very low in the background.<br />
2. Stretch or walk around if you need to get the 'movement' out of the way.<br />
3. Make two piles. One for the 'need' to get out of the way, and the other for 'to do later'. <br />
That's all I can offer.
1. Don't multi-task. Focus on one thing at a time.<br />
2. Pick an environment area that you feel most focus or feel a good vibe studying. Even at the oddest area. Usually the Library is good.<br />
3. Make a 'to do list' of your priorities.<br />
4. Limit distractions<br />
5. Take breaks between study hours.
Give yourself a time limit that you will complete a task. Like for 30 minutes I will work on such and such. I will not get up or do anything else. If you don't complete the task then get up stretch and give yourself 15 minutes more.
Umm, hmm, idk I don't even have those disorders and I can't stay focused for my life! So maybe don't try so hard to not be distracted..? Sometimes that's what i do. I play music and turn on the tv when I'm working and it actually helps me stay on task..weird reverse type thing but it works for me.
I think vitamin B12 REALLY helps. I haven't been able to focus much lately, and I've noticed I haven't been taking my B12 lately either.
I though Aspergers helped with keeping focused?<br />
My friend has it and he says that it makes monotonous tasks seem fun because he never gets bored etc.
A planner.. a chart.. stop watch.. feedback and redirection from others