7 Habits That Make Your Brain Work Better

Lots of good information here. Because of my family  history of Alzheimer’s and dementia, these positive habits rang a bell with me.

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To read further on them, you can check my pages:

Important facts about your brain (and exercise benefits)

How important is a good night’s sleep?

I have written a number of posts on dealing with stress. You can check them out by typing in the word s t r e s s in the search box. I recommend the following one which I wrote in 2010 as one of the most useful:

Some super tools for handling stress

Tony

Our Better Health

In a hyper-competitive world overflowing with information, our brains need to be able to keep up and outpace our competitors. Who doesn’t want their brain to process faster, remember more information or be able to come up with elegant solutions to complex problems? Cogito ergo sum. I think therefore I am. Our brains more or less define our existence and who we are. So how can we get our brains to work better, faster and more efficiently?

HERE ARE SEVEN HABITS THAT WILL HELP IMPROVE YOUR BRAIN FUNCTION:

1. EXERCISE REGULARLY

Exercising promotes blood flow, cardiac health and releases beneficial hormones and proteins into your body. These hormones and proteins protect your neurons, which are the cells that make up most of your brain, and encourage them to multiply and make new connections. Studies have shown that exercise helps you learn faster and remember more information. Further studies have shown…

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Filed under aging brain, brain, brain exercise, brain function, Exercise, relaxation

3 responses to “7 Habits That Make Your Brain Work Better

  1. Olayinka Teriba

    Thanks

    On 11 Oct 2016 11:31, “One Regular Guy Writing about Food, Exercise and Living Past 100” wrote:

    > Tony posted: “Lots of good information here. Must confess that most of it > meets my own bias. Tony” >

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  2. These are great habits AND PATTERNS that lead to HEALTHY LIVING as well as improved brain function. In a society where time is short, participating in LIFESTYLES that prevent numerous diseases while promoting healthy living maximizes positive outcomes in LESS TIME. A win-win situation that all of us deserve.

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