In an increasingly stimulating and multitasking world, attention is beginning to fade in people. As a result, we now find it difficult to concentrate our mental resources on single activities. Concentration is exhausting, and our thoughts tend to wander. This feeds stress and feelings of low productivity.
Wearable technologies like watches or headphones will soon begin to have a different purpose. Experts are designing devices that improve our attention span and promote calmness and emotional self-regulation. Does this mean the end of anxiety? We will have to wait and see.
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In recent years, new technologies combined with state-of-the-art computational analysis, modeling, and artificial intelligence have changed many things. For example, we can see what's going on in many mental disorders at the neurological level. This facilitates the development of more effective treatments. What's more, it helps us understand these mental conditions more deeply...
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