Are you a procrastinator? It might not be your fault – Newstalk 106-108 fm


Or how many times have you said you’ll do something “tomorrow” but tomorrow seemingly never arrives? The researchers took scans of over 260 brains and discovered that those who were known to be procrastinators actually had differences in part of their temporal lobes. As well as this, the procrastinators were shown to have a poor connection between the amygdala and the part of the brain that decides what actions bodies take. Mindfulness meditation has been shown to help improve focus so check out apps like Headspace, which offers guided meditations or head to a mindfulness class.

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