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Break up your homework time into chunks. Take regular breaks. Set a timer; take a five to ten minute break for each hour you study. Get up, stretch, and move around. Drink water and eat a little fruit: water will refresh your system, and half an apple provides a better effect than a sugary energy.
Take advantage of any holidays or vacations that may be coming near as a motivator. On a Thursday, remind yourself that it is almost the weekend, and the moment this homework assignment is done you'll be one moment closer. Remember that Thanksgiving, winter break, or summer break is nearing, and the moment your homework is.
Best of all was my brilliant NT dad. He never said a single word to me about it. No nagging, no questions. His view, I think, was that if change the school couldn't get me to do my homework, that was their problem. My mother followed his lead and didn't say much either, although she worried herself sick about "what was going to become of me". If the only consequence of undone homework is detention, my advice is go to detention every day until the teachers give up on the idea of you doing homework. Unfortunately, I know that some schools include homework marks as part of the final grade, in an effort to make students subservient. And the current thinking seems to be that the proper role for parents is to harass constantly their own kids about school work. Good Luck!
See, you don't have to get stuck in that problem - that might take all of your time: Do a quick effort; make it a worthwhile try, then go onward to less demanding homework. Later, going back - and seeing how you can improve the first one with fresh bits and pieces. Open "secret back-channels".
19 So what are you waiting for, get to your homework!!