We need to Improve our brain while it’s ageing. The brain is said to get worse as we age, we don’t remember as we use to when we were younger and our minds just sometimes fails us when we need it the most. Well here are some tips to help you get improve your brain and get the most out of it.
I know what you’re thinking. Juggling really ? However, it’s an effective way to boost your thinking speed and agility as well as enhance your hand eye coordination.
This aspect is all about boosting your creativity. Changing your activities from the usual series is helpful. Activities like, changing your diet, finding a new way to work, even using your weaker hand to brush your teeth is a great way to improve your divergent thinking.
Exercise affects the mind on in different ways. It increases heart rate, which pumps more oxygen to the brain. Exercise also aids the bodily release of a plethora of hormones, which participate in helping and providing a viable environment for the growth of brain cells. It improve thinking, mood and health also keeps our ageing brain younger by a fraction.
The brain is an organ that is known for its amount of time it spends working even when we don’t know it and as our mind is ageing we tend to get a lot of stress. Our mind is even said to be functional for about ten minutes after a person dies. It’s stressful being the brain isn’t it. All this and more makes the brain needs rest in the form of sleep but science has also discovered you can get more out of your mind while it’s active by relaxing, “shaking off those nerves”. You can relax by, taking deep breaths, taking yoga, silence for a moment in time all depending on what keeps you calm.
Just like juggling this is an activity that enhances your ability to process rapidly, but this doesn’t just help you process quickly it improve your speed of reaction as well. This is a sport that is confirmed by neuroscience to enhance processing speed. Since as our brain is ageing it tends to deteriorate slowing down our rate of reaction.
This post was last modified on October 23, 2019 7:05 am