Why Deotral?

  • Helps Development Of Learning And Memory Functions *

  • Supports Focus and Concentrate by Reducing Distraction / Deficiency *

  • Effective in Eliminating Stress (Like Exam Stress) Symptoms *

  • Increases Problem Solving Ability *

  • Improves Language Skills And Verbal Fluency And Improves Communication Skills *

  • Helps Improve Mental Performance *


Deotral helps people improve their focus on work and school. The information on this site cannot replace a physician or pharmacist, consult a physician and / or pharmacist for more information.


Hyperactive Disorder and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD) is a phenomenon that progresses with rapid distraction, excessive mobility and impulsive behaviors, affects social life, social communication, and often creates problems in family relations and school education. Hyperactive children are constantly in motion. They cannot stand in their place, they constantly move, they move. They are constantly running, jumping. They are careless, impatient, messy, and dashing. Impulsivity means that the child has difficulty controlling his responses and responses when he encounters an uncertain situation or needs to be careful. Impulsive children often act without thinking, they can easily move from one activity to another. At inappropriate times, they display inappropriate behavior. They often have problems with their peers and their surroundings, as they show social incompatibility due to impulsive (impulsive) inconsistent behaviors that manifest as the inability to control sudden movements and emotions, act thoughtlessly, and not control themselves. These children behave like this from a young age, but their problems increase in school age.

Stress of exam

What is Exam Stress?

Stress of exam; It is defined as intense anxiety, which prevents the effective use of the knowledge learned before the exam and leads to a decrease in success.

 What is exam stress related to?

The meaning attributed to the exam, the image created in the mind related to the exam, the references to the situation after the exam and the importance given to the gains after the exam are effective on the formation of the test stress.

 What are the symptoms of exam stress?

Restlessness, anxiety, anxiety, distress, fear of failure, unwillingness to work, nausea, tachycardia, chills, dry mouth, internal distress, sweating, sleep disturbances, abdominal pain, etc. physical complaints, impaired attention and concentration, decreased self-confidence, poor and unworthy vision, are common symptoms.

 How do you know when you experience test stress?

A marked decrease in student success is observed. There is a delay in studying, refusing to talk about exam and exam preparation. They are uncomfortable with asking questions. Distraction, inability to focus, A noticeable increase in physical complaints (abdominal pain, nausea, sweating, sleep disturbance, anorexia, or conversely overeating, general unhappy mood, etc.) indicate poor performance despite hard work.

What are the effects of exam stress?

The main effects of exam stress are not being able to convey what has been learned, not understanding what it is reading, difficulty in organizing thoughts, decreased attention, focus on the content of the exam itself, weakening in mental skills, low energy, and physical disturbances. Exam stress is misleading as it contains unrealistic expectations and comments. It makes the student unable to control his own behavior without realizing it.

 Why does Test Stress occur?

Having unrealistic ways of thinking are the most important processes in the formation of stress. It is more common in those who are prone to anxiety (perfectionist, competitive). The expectations and pressure of the social environment is also an important factor.

 What are the negative automatic thoughts that have an effect on the occurrence of exam stress?

"I am not ready for the exam", "This information is very unnecessary and ridiculous. Where and when will I use it? ”“ Why are the exams being held? What do I need? ”“ This information will not work for me in the future. “I know, I will not be successful in this exam” “The exam will be bad” “There are too many topics, which one should I prepare for?” Are negative automatic thoughts that are frequently observed.

What are alternative thoughts?

What should I do? ”“ I can do the best I can do? ”“ What is the worst thing that can happen? ? “Even if I cannot study all the resources, I can prepare for the exam by giving priority to important sections, at least I earn points from these sections” “If I succeed, I will exceed an important turning point in my life. Failure does not show that I am lazy and incompetent. It means that I have to work harder.

Attention Distribution / Attention Deficiency


Being distracted while concentrating actually or mentally is not being able to concentrate on attention and concentrate on the job. Attention DEFICIENCY is slightly different.


It is a defined disorder, the symptoms of which are observed from a very young age. Attention deficit is not visible with hyperactivitis. ADHD to this situation; It is called attention deficit and hyperactivitis disorder. From these two different definitions, we can draw the following conclusion: A person with a distraction problem can get very different results if he entered the same attention test at different times today. The distracted person you chose got his sleep, had his breakfast, could get very good results from the attention test when his mind was open on a beautiful Sunday morning. Attention deficit results do not change (average and average).


Distraction is not all; it is seen as not being able to gather attention on some issues. Symptoms of distraction in children and symptoms of distraction in adults are close, but differ slightly due to responsibilities. In children, it can be observed that while concentrating very well in some lessons, some lessons cannot pay attention. Lessons that children experience distraction are usually lessons they don't like. In adults, it can be observed as being unable to focus on some jobs and not working efficiently. As with children, in adults, distraction can result from reluctance to work. Inability to keep the name of a person interviewed for the first time in memory; When the days are discussed again, situations such as not being able to distinguish the face of the other party can be seen. Being very sensitive to unimportant external stimuli may also be among the symptoms of distraction. Example: While you are busy with a job, the noise of cars coming from the street, children voices, etc., to be disconnected from work and to focus on the direction of the sound. Not being able to concentrate on reading or listening, not being fully understood, having to read or listen again, making simple mistakes in exams and similar situations are among the symptoms of distraction.

Attention Deficit

(1) Long-term forgetfulness can be observed

(2) Clumsy is frequently observed in the occupied job and other daily activities not related to that job.

(3) High incidence with hyperactivity

(4) It is observed from a very young age, the treatment process is longer and seriously affects life. It is not an instant but a disorder that constantly follows the person

In The Distraction

(1) Short-term memory impairment can be observed

(2) Error can be observed in the work done instantly, but general clumsiness is not observed as much as lack of attention

(3) It can also be seen in introvert, low-mobility people.

(4) Can be exposed according to instant emotions. It is likely to be seen with factors such as insomnia and stress. No adverse effects may be observed on a fit day.

Problem solving

Problem solving Problem solving is the ability to think within a certain situation, to decide what to do and how to do it, to use the possibilities at hand and to reach a solution in this way. Problem solving with a broader definition is defining the problem, gathering information about the problem and its solution, putting the most appropriate solution into practice and evaluating the result. The individual must have some skills in order to solve the problems. The most important of these skills are critical thinking, planning and organizing, review and evaluation. Problem solving techniques are known as the methods used to solve many existing problems. When the problem is said, only mathematical problems should not come to mind. There are also social problems in human life. For this reason, problem solving skills have very effective results in solving both mathematical problems and social problems.

Responsibility Development

Responsibility means the obligation to fulfill our duties and obligations in time, against ourselves and our environment. The biggest role in the formation of awareness of responsibility is at this point, as in every step in child development, in parents. The responsibility development that started in the family continues in all environments entered with the socialization of the children.

Responsible children:

They strive to achieve their work on their own. They don't feel like a burden to work. They are meticulous about doing their homework on time. They have the motivation and confidence to solve their problems on their own.

However, a child who does not develop a sense of responsibility may not even notice the duties that fall upon him. Apart from this, they are not willing enough to fulfill their duties and obligations. He always has an excuse not to study. Perhaps worst of all, they expect their responsibility and work to be done by someone else.

Verbal Fluency

Verbal Fluency Verbal fluency refers to verbal production, measured by the number of words that an individual produces verbally or in writing over a period of time, phonemic, semantic and action-limited (Lezak, 1995). Verbal fluency is evaluated by measurements. Phonemic fluency measurements require that words beginning with a given voice be produced within a limited time, while semantic fluency measurements require the production of words related to a given category (Rozek, 2009). The definition of action fluency measures requires the production of words related to a certain context within a limited time. Verbal fluency measurements, which have an important place in assessment, are widely used in measuring cognitive processes such as vocabulary, executive functions, systematic search and recall from semantic memory (Sauzéon et al., 2004). Verbal fluency is also a tool used to evaluate individual differences in general intelligence. Some general factors such as age and education level are suggested to affect verbal fluency performance (Sat, 2011)

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1. As we have a human health focus, we closely follow all medical and medical developments.

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3. We develop social responsibility projects in rehabilitation centers