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  1. It depends on what kind of concentration of attention is meant.

    If we are talking only about stimulating more intensive brain work, there are various nootropics and drugs that are close to them in action. But they should be taken with caution: they increase the cerebral circulation, which under certain conditions can trigger a stroke.

    If you don't have enough focus, you're scattered, and you're constantly grabbing on to one thing or another, the drugs are useless. This is a developmental defect in children, and a specialist should work with it.

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