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Boost your Brain Power
How often do you stop and think about your brain? Do you stop and marvel at its amazing power? Your brain is like a muscle, it requires exercise and fuel to keep it running strong. Don’t let a good thing go to waste. Below are some simple ways to give that thinker a good healthy boost.
According to experts, we only use 10% of our brain. That doesn’t seem like much, so let’s up the usage and give your brain a boost by making simple tweaks to your daily routine. These will not only help increase your intellect but also stave off mental aging and ultimately make you smarter.
Exercise encourages our brain to function at an optimum capacity and enhances neurogenesis. This means every time you exercise, you are creating new brain cells. Exercise also increases blood flow to your brain which provides protective effects.
According to a 2010 study conducted on primates, it was established that regular exercise improved blood flow to the brain and helped the exercising monkeys learn new tricks twice as fast as the non-exercising monkeys. The researchers believed that this theory would also hold true for human beings.
Our diet has a great impact on our brain. Our brain consumes over 20% of the nutrients and oxygen we intake. This is why it is important to feed ourselves all the good stuff including:
Omega-3 essential fatty acids are crucial for our brain’s well being. It is the single most important nutrient you can take for brain health throughout all stages of life. There are 3 kinds of omega-3s: DHA, EPA, and ALA; DHA being the most important. DHA accounts for 97% of the omega-3 fatty acids present in the brain, and is a major component of the cerebral cortex. The cerebral cortex is imperative to the proper functioning of our memory, creativity, language, attention, and emotions.
A lack of omega-3 fatty acids in our brain can result in a structurally smaller brain and of course, can negatively affect its performance. Low levels of DHA have also been linked to depression and other mental disorders. Since the main source of omega-3 fatty acids is seafood – it can be challenging to get enough from diet alone. This is why experts recommend taking a supplement that contains an adequate amount of DHA and omega-3 fatty acids like Brain Armor.
Train your memory:
Teach your brain to memorize numbers: license plates, passport, credit cards, etc., and you will definitely see an improvement in your brain performance. Turn your daily commute into a fun memory game for example.
Question everything. Instead of taking everything at face value, question everything that comes your way. By doing this you will force your brain to think outside of the box and create new ideas.
These are just some of the tips that you can apply to give your brain a boost and function more optimally. Try them and see the difference.