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I want to study for long hours, and I carry interest in studying too but I am not able to sit for more than 45 minutes, I don't know what to do, to improve my sitting for studies.. please suggest

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marked as duplicate by Gruber, THelper, Rory Alsop Oct 7 '13 at 22:46

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I suggest you browse this site for Pomodoro technique. This is possibly a duplicate question. – Pierre-Yves Genot Sep 29 '13 at 14:37
Is the problem sitting for more than 45 minutes or concentrating for more than 45 minutes? If the former, consider a standing desk. Or just standing. Or walking while you learn information. – Jeanne Boyarsky Sep 29 '13 at 14:49

Listen to your body.

If 45 minutes is your limit, chop your calendar in 45 minutes time increments. Allow some time (10-15 minutes at most) for some distraction/recovery time in between sessions. As noted in the comment above, check out the questions/answers on Pomodoro technique.

After a couple of days of such regimen, review your accomplishments and adapt accordingly (longer or shorter study period; longer or shorter pause period).

Good luck and good work with your studies.

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