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  1. Egyptian Doctor

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    1: Room should be kept neat and clean and should be clutter free. Look ways to keep the study desk itself as bare as you can, because that will help with focus.

    2: : Use a chair that's comfortable and should have a high back. Place the chair where there are no shelves present.

    3: Desk should be positioned in such a way that the window is on the left of the person sitting at the desk.

    4: The door should be visible to the person sitting at the desk.

    5: Buy shelves and folders to keep your desk organized.

    6: Place a picture that is symbolic of water behind the chair or a picture that associates you with positive emotions concerning study to help the flow of creative energy.

    7: Place a bamboo or cactus in this room because they symbolize good fortune.

    8: Place sharp leaved plants in this room, as they will ward off harmful influences. Placing a wind chime or a plant can prevent threat that can enter through the window.

    9: : Place things that make you feel good about yourself around your desk (i.e. ribbons or certificates you have been given). This way you can look around you when you are feeling down about the paper you are writing or the exam you are studying for and know that you are a good medical student.

    10: Make a list of things you want to accomplish while you are in medical school, or just a list of future plans. Keep them in view while you are at your desk. This way you will know that you always have something to work forward too.

    11: Make a definite line between your studying area and your personal area. You can use a mat to make this difference. People will feel the need to stop before the mat, before they "enter" your study area.

    12: Before going to sleep, clean up your study area, turn off your computer and prepare your school books for the next day. When you wake up the next morning, you will have less to do and ready to start your day.

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  2. DRFArruh

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    thanks it`s very good info
     

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    interesting and entertainig:)) thanks..
     

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    Nice tips.:)
     

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    nice tips
     

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    Thanks,it's nice tips
     

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    Thanks your posts are great
     

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    Wow, I did some, I'll do others, thanks for the tips. Sometime when I feel tired after did homework or learn difficult subject, I'll hear "sound therapy", it help you to "sleep" , "concentrate", focus, etc. It easy to find by googling :)
     

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    Great tips. They can be very helpful. Thank you. :)
     

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    good tips!good work!
     

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    I noticed almost never people critique in here.
    "2: : Use a chair that's comfortable and should have a high back. Place the chair where there are no shelves present."

    I disagree on the high part. High back chairs actually are not good for supporting your back. If you look at chairs with good lumbar support (eg. Aeron or Steelcase Leap) they all have relatively low to medium height. High backs tend to cause your back to slouch. Your scapulas will rest on the top and your lower back on the lower part. As you study, you will slowly start to slouch. Because of lumbar support is bad in high chairs. Your pelvis will tilt counter clockwise seen from a saggital point of view.
     

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