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TOP 6 FACTS THAT COULD MAKE YOUR BRAIN WORK BETTER

How often do you think about your brain? Do you ever stop to marvel at it’s incredible power and supreme cleverness? Or at least check in and give it a little spring clean and a re-furb from time to time?“I don’t remember that!” You may have heard someone saying these words or even you might have been saying this to yourself quiet sometime. Sometimes you forget names, sometimes things and sometimes important events. So it’s about time you help your brain to increase its power to memorize and enhance its functionalities.

Looking after your brain the right way can save you from diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia.Your brain is a muscle. You need to exercise it regularly.
The exciting thing is that you don’t have to be a millionaire to increase your brain capacity.All you need to do is invest a little time to regularly train your brain.

So what can you do?

Here are 6 simple ways you can increase your brain power and improve your intelligence!

1. ALWAYS TRY SOMETHING NEW
When you experience something ‘new’ you actually ‘stimulate’ your brain! Don’t get stuck in a rut doing the same old things – the only way to change the structure of your brain is to do something new. This creates new neural pathways, increasing your intelligence. You could take a new route to work, try a new recipe for dinner, or even a new form of exercise – mix it up!

2. MAINTAINING YOUR FITNESS 
As Health fitness is important Brain fitness is also important.Fitter bodies lead to fitter brains, so keep in mind that for physically fit body and mind regular exercise is a must. There are a lot of researches that show a positive link between exercise and positive cognition. Another interesting fact, revealed by some researches is that, “maintaining a healthy weight with a low ratio of “belly fat” can significantly lower our risk for a memory disorder, even beginning in middle age.”


Some researchers also claim that exercising for 30 minutes for 5 to 6 days a week, improves the brain’s processing speed. It reduces the risk of developing dementia up to 38%. A low impact physical activity such as walk is good for your brain but if you want to qualify for MENSA then you need to do a lot more tough routine. Yes! You will have to hit the gym and lift those weights. Why? Studies reveal that weight lifting can increase BDNF (brain-derived neurotrophic factor) levels, a substance responsible for the growth of the nerve cells of the brain.Just find a better fitness trainer and start with your training

3. TAKING REGULAR EXERCISE
It’s been proven that regular exercise helps to increase brain function and enhances neurogenesis. This means that every time you exercise you are creating new brain cells! Get off the couch and get moving! Your brain will thank you for it :)



4.KEEP UP-TO-DATE NEW INFORMATION
Keep on learning something new and different. You can try learning new language or words, read bestselling books. The trick is to break the routine and expose your brain to new experiences. Even traveling can be of great help. Pondering over new things and being curious can result in improved brain power. It widens our imagination and boosts our memory.

For new experiences you can also opt for volunteer work, such activities improve your intellectual performance and keep you engaged both socially and mentally. Such activities can also lower your risk of developing dementia at a later age, proven by Rush Medical Center, Chicago.

5. HAVE A HEALTHY APPETITE 
Our diets have a HUGE impact on brain function. Our brains consume over 20% of all nutrients & oxygen that we consume – so remember to feed your brain with the good stuff! (i.e. fresh fruit and veg & plenty of OMEGA 3 oils found in oily fish)
Vitamin A is known for stimulating brain cells present in the hippocampus. Eggs, yellow and dark colored vegetables and dairy products are the best sources of vitamin A. For retaining information and enhancing concentration, increase your intake of vitamin E, you can find it in nuts, seeds and leafy green vegetables. Beverages like coffee can improve your short –term memory and concentration. Make sure you take a well-balanced diet and stuff your brain with all the essential nutrients.

6. GET ENOUGH SLEEP

Sleep is like a mini detox for the brain. This is when your body regenerates cells and removes all the toxins that have built up during the day. Get to bed between the hours of 9pm and midnight to benefit from the most effective hours of sleep!

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