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A lot of brain studies showed that playing a musical instrument strengthens the corpus callosum that links the brain hemispheres by creating new connections.
Reading increases crystallized, fluid, and emotional intelligence makes confident and smarter than others. Better able to navigate everyday life and solve problems. Researchers have found that vivid readers have high brain flexibility, concentration, listening skills, and memory. Reading can help to detect patterns, understanding processes, and accurately interpreting and responding to other people’s feelings.
Meditation is the oldest form of relaxation technique that significantly affects every part of the brain and benefits the mind and body.
Once Buddha was asked, “what have you gained from meditation?” He replied, “Nothing”. “However, let me tell what I lost: Anger, anxiety, depression, insecurity, fear of old age and death ”
Brainstorming complicated chess games or tough riddles changes neural pathways and synapses, which help us to see things from different points of view. It helps us understand the cause and effect of behaviors and emotions.
As our cognitive abilities improve, we become aware of new patterns, learn things faster and memorize more. Scientists have found that people with high neuroplasticity are at lower risk of anxiety and depression.
People who can speak more than one language are better at solving puzzles than people who speak only one language. Learning new languages is one of the wonderful hobbies that make your brain sharp. It boosts your critical thinking, listening skills, attentiveness and makes you perform better at mentally demanding tasks such as planning and problem-solving.
Keeping track of important details and bits of knowledge you acquire during meetings and conferences. Maintain a small journal to note down anything that strikes your attention.
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