Our expert says:
Actually, one can become quite easily caught up in a vicious cycle, as one finds it hard to concentrate on one's studies, panics about this, finds it hard to concentrate, becomes more anxious about even the propect of studying, starts to avoid opportunities for studying, anticipating problems, which makes them feel worse, and so on.
Left-handedness is irrelevant here, and the vivid imagination doesn't need to be any part of the problem -- indeed you could make it part of the solution to use it to study more effectively. See what's available through student counselling / educational support services wherever it is that you are studying, as they should have available both some simple counselling dealing with relaxation and focussing, and study techniques coaching.
When you have your timetable you set yourself, and, on starting a study phase, you find the stray daydreamy thoughts floating into your mind, picture them as insects, like flies, which are noisy and annoying, and picture yourself swatting them away, and concentrating on whatever it is that you are studying.
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