Exercise and attention
Research shows that physical activity sparks real, positive changes in the brain that increase attention and improve mood. “Exercise turns on the attention system, the so-called executive functions — sequencing, working memory, prioritizing, inhibiting, and sustaining attention,” says Ratey, author of Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain (Little, Brown). “On a practical level, it causes kids to be less impulsive, which makes them more primed to learn.”
Before adding more chemicals to your brain, why not get into a healthier state first through more natural means.