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You ever walk into a room just to forget where you were going or what you were looking for? How about finding your car keys in the fridge or the dog’s food in your cereal bowl? Sounds like you could use a brain boost. There’re some really great ways you can train the old thinker!
Did you know, for example, that automated actions stall your brain since it’s not taking an active part in what you’re doing? Or that solving math problems doesn’t even rack your brain as much as learning an unfamiliar tongue? And if you have a sweet tooth, this one’s for you: chocolate contains an important amino acid that helps your brain process things faster and with more efficiency!
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– Drawing makes your right brain hemisphere work like a hundred horses, triggering creativity and helping you find unconventional solutions to problems at hand.
– Automated actions stall your brain since it’s not taking an active part in what you’re doing. To avoid this lack of memory and train your brain at the same time, change up your routine every day.
– You can get a degree that fits your schedule, and avoid student-debt at University of the People, the first non-profit, US-accredited, online university, where you can get a tuition-free Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in the most in-demand fields like: business administration, education, health, computer science.
– If you’re a righty, take a spoon or your toothbrush into your left hand and do the usual stuff. Lefties, you’re now righties for the day!
– Typing on a keyboard or smartphone is okay too, but actual writing with a pen on paper activates critical-thinking and increases your analytical skills.
– When you learn a language, you take on a whole new system, and your brain has no other choice but to adapt to the circumstances.
– Chess is one of the oldest strategic games in the world, and it’s stood the test of time because it’s awesome, as simple as that. If you play it regularly, you’ll learn to concentrate and think bigger, taking actions that will affect your life a few steps ahead.
– One 2015 study found that action video games in particular improve reaction time, observation skills, and decision-making.
– House work also contributes to your brain power. It boils down to physical activity (which is great for the noggin, but more on that later!). It’s also effective at taking your mind off the bigger problems too.
– Walking increases your blood flow, which means more blood (and oxygen that hitchhikes along with it) reaches your brain. This boosts the thinking organ’s activity, making it more flexible when it comes to important stuff.
– If you have a sweet tooth, this one’s for you: chocolate contains an important amino acid, lysin, that helps your brain process things faster and with more efficiency. It’s only about dark chocolate, though, because lysin is found in cocoa beans.
– Here’s a simple exercise that will fill your brain with oxygen and let you feel a rush of energy. Exhale all the air from your lungs and hold your breath for as long as you can. When you can’t hold it any longer, breathe in powerfully and repeat. The influx of air into your lungs will send oxygen to the tissues, and your blood will start pumping faster.
– Just don’t forget to check out the link to today’s video sponsor down in the description box. It’ll take you to University of the People, where a great brain-training journey awaits!
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