Focus is the ability to focus your attention on the thing you are focusing on.
You can use it to help you control your symptoms.
This article will explain the difference between focus and control, and how you can use focus to improve your symptoms when you need it.
If you have problems focusing, try these suggestions: Write down your thoughts.
The most powerful thing you can do to improve focus is to write down your thinking and actions, especially in the moment.
This is a great way to learn what you are thinking and doing, and where you are in your thinking.
This can be done in writing, or by asking a friend to help.
Read your thoughts and find out what you feel about them.
Do you feel that the thoughts are helpful, or do you feel they are not?
Is it helpful or not?
If so, do you think you can improve your focus by focusing more on the thoughts or not at all?
Try this exercise: Pick one of your thoughts, or one of the actions you feel would be helpful, and then write it down.
Try this experiment for 30 minutes.
Now try to focus entirely on that thought or action, and see how much better you can focus.
If this is difficult, try this experiment again, with the same set of actions, and repeat it until you can see improvement.
This technique is called ‘focus practice’, and it works by using your thoughts to get you focused on your problem.
It’s a good way to improve control over your symptoms and make your life easier.
Here are some examples of situations that can benefit from focusing on a symptom: You are tired, and your muscles feel tired.
Try to focus and let your muscles relax.
If your muscles don’t relax, you might feel pain, or you might experience other symptoms, such as weakness, numbness, or weakness in your hands.
This might cause you to overreact to the symptoms, or it might not.
Focus on the symptoms.
If the symptoms are so bad that you feel like you need to take a break, try to concentrate on them.
Focus, and let go of any negative thoughts.
If these thoughts become so bad, or your body feels so weak that you have trouble moving, try letting go of them, and focus on moving.
You might find that these thoughts no longer make you feel weak or weak in your body, but you are able to move and get back to your normal routine.
This also helps to relax your muscles, which helps to improve muscle tone.
This experiment was performed with a patient who suffered from chronic fatigue syndrome.
After 30 minutes of this, the patient reported feeling much better.
He felt stronger and more alert than he had in the previous 30 minutes, which was the first indication that he was starting to get better.
The next time he did the experiment, he reported that he felt much better, as well.
You have been having trouble sleeping, or sleeping well.
This means that you are tired and feel tired, which is called fatigue.
This fatigue can affect your ability to fall asleep.
If it gets too bad, you may feel as though you are going to pass out or feel like your body is going to explode.
This could make you very upset.
If so try to sleep and focus instead.
Try sleeping with your eyes closed and concentrating on the feeling of being tired, or on your muscles being tired.
The best thing to do is to just focus on that feeling.
It is not that you cannot fall asleep if you just close your eyes, or that you can be sleepy if you keep your eyes open.
Try doing this experiment until you feel better.
Do the experiment again.
You are having trouble concentrating on something.
This may be because of stress or the stress of your illness.
If that is the case, try focusing on something else, such a task, a task you normally do, or a new way of doing something.
Try not to focus too much on one thing, because you will feel tired and you will be less effective at falling asleep.
Focus only on one activity at a time.
If there are lots of activities that you need focused on, you can try this: Try doing the exercise again.
The person can concentrate on only one activity, then try focusing again.
This time focus only on the activity you have been focusing on, and try to move on to the next activity.
Try letting go and focusing on the sensations of the activity instead of the feeling.
Focus again, but let go.
Focus now on the sensation of the new activity.
When you are finished with this exercise, try doing it again with your feet in the chair, or in a new place.
If all you have done is focus on the one thing you have tried to focus all of your attention upon, try the experiment with one activity instead.
You may feel better and have a more positive outlook on your illness