Definition of Concentration in English

Concentration is known as the act and consequence of concentrating or concentrating (a concept that refers to the achievement of gathering at a certain point what was separated, of reducing the liquid in several parts or substances to reduce its volume, and the ability to reflect deeply).

From the perspective of chemistry, concentration is a notion that describes the relationship, association or proportion that can be established by comparing the amount of solute (that is, of a substance capable of dissolving) and the level of solvent (that is, the substance that makes the solute dissolve) present in a solution. The lower the proportion of dissolved solute, the smaller the concentration, and vice versa.

In the field of physics, on the other hand, concentration is the quantity that allows us to measure and reveal how much of a substance can be found in each unit of volume. The International System establishes that the unit of concentration is the mole per cubic meter.

According to DigoPaul, the concentration of mental character, on the other hand, is the process of the mind that is voluntarily focusing attention on a target. Through concentration, the person momentarily puts aside everything that can interfere with their attention span.

In this case, for example, it must be said that many are the professionals who need to develop concentration in order to carry out their work. Thus, in the case of the entertainment world, there are artists such as magicians, mentalists or trapeze artists who need the aforementioned concentration to perform their numbers and in this way get them to come out as they wish, which will make the attending public be pleasantly surprised.

It should be noted that concentration is vital for learning (the acquisition of new knowledge), precision in the execution of movement and the implementation of a strategy. Athletes, for example, must be focused to focus on their actions.

Disorders or illnesses that affect concentration include drug addiction, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and depression. Instead, to improve concentration, meditation and yoga are recommended.

A discipline the latter, which has its origin in India and is characterized by the fact that whoever carries it out achieves his mental and physical well-being, a religious calm because he achieves the union of his soul with God, and also a clear perception of your own self.

There are several yoga modalities that can be practiced, especially Raja Yoga, Gnana Yoga and Karma Yoga. However, there are also other similar disciplines such as Hatha, which is the one that is most widespread throughout the world and which is based on the development of a series of postures to achieve absolute serenity both physically and mentally.

A concentration camp, finally, is a detention center where people do not have legal guarantees. Detainees are often tortured or exploited without their rights being respected.

Among the best-known concentration camps are those created by the Nazis before and during World War II. Almost forty were the precincts of this type that were set up at that time, especially those of Auschwitz or Treblinka, bringing with them that more than a thousand people died daily in them simply for being Jews, homosexuals or political dissidents.