Sunday, January 1, 2012

Here are the top 6 Tips to Better Your Brain Performance

Here are the top 6 Tips to Better Your Brain Performance.

Enjoy...

It may be true that as you get older, your memory also
deteriorates. But this does not mean that if you are younger,
your brain is not capable of memory deterioration. Aging is
just one cause of memory loss, but there are other factors.

Thus, if you want to prevent this, you may want to read these
tips to a better your brain performance.

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1) More Relaxation Period, Better Thinking

If you want to protect your recent memories, you should stay away
from stress. Stress can trigger the release of cortisol, a neuro
drug which can interfere with the brain's performance, especially
with handling recent memories.

Furthermore, with chronic stress, the part of the brain which
handles recent memories may even shrink. If you want to prevent
this from happening, you should learn to relax a little and release
the tension from your body.

You should never let stress overwhelm you.

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2) Refrain From Cigarette Smoking

Cigarettes affect the flow of blood in your veins. Because of this,
there may be a chance of reduced blood flow to your brain; and
reduced blood flow means reduced oxygen. With lesser oxygen to
consume, the brain may not function well as expected, hence the
memory may be prejudiced.


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3) Stay Away from Brain Toxins

As you may know, illegal drugs may cause harm to your brain's
functioning. However, you should also know that prescription drugs,
if misused, may also have the same toxic effect to your brain.
Thus, you should always follow the prescription given to you be
your doctor, and never self-medicate.

This may affect your brain's normal performance. Prolonged use of
drugs may cause memory loss.


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4) Eat Healthy

Your brain functions according to the nutrients that it receives
from the food that you eat. Thus, if you are deprived of certain
nutrients, then it may have an adverse effect on the functioning of
your brain. You most certainly would not want this to happen.

Thus, as prevention, you should eat a healthy and balanced diet so
that you will absorb all the vitamins and nutrients that your body
needs. Also, you should stay away from junk foods.


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5) Exercise Your Brain

Find ways to use and improve your thinking skills. Some mentalists
propose techniques which are designed to improve mental skills. We
all have the potential to possess a good functioning memory, thus
it should be something that we can all improve.

All we have to do is to find ways and try techniques that can
effectively help us develop our potentials.

Most people believe that by engaging themselves into educational
activities, they are improving their mental faculties. This is
true, and you can try this even at home. Simple activities like
crossword puzzles can exercise your brain. This may help your brain
functioning to get better, if not, to prevent it from deteriorating
easily.


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6) Shield Your Brain

There is no point of improving the brain if you cannot protect it
physically. You should always protect your head from injuries
because trauma may affect the functioning of your brain.

Even simple injuries should be avoided, because repeated minor
injuries, if accumulated, may cause damage to your brain. Thus,
you should try simple prevention, like putting helmets when
bicycling, in order for you to avoid situations that may damage
your brain functioning.

If you want to be able to think better, your brain's health is the
key. Thus, you should keep it as healthy as possible and avoid all
those factors which may expose you to mental deterioration.

Alternatively, this is another simple, effective and powerful
program that you can try out.

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Yours Truly,
Greg Frost
 
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