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Stay mentally active.

Stay mentally active.

Your brain is similar to a muscle — you need to use it or you lose it. There are many things that you can do to keep your brain in shape, such as doing crossword puzzles or Sudoku, reading, playing cards or putting together a jigsaw puzzle. Consider it cross-training your brain. So incorporate different activities to increase the effectivenes.

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A mental warm up

A mental warm up

It can be difficult to go from waking up in the morning to getting yourself working right away. So give yourself a mental warm up exercise beforehand.

For example, try reading an interesting book that gets your brain going, write down your ideas or do some crossword/Sudoku puzzles.

Strengthening the mind

Strengthening the mind

Neuroscience research shows you can keep your brain sharp in much the same way you keep your body fit.

  • At work: Attack your big challenges first. Don’t waste your mornings with routine, repetitive tasks.
  • At home: Take on more challenging hobbies. Do a crossword puzzle, play Sud...

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Unplug and Play

Non-work and screen activities can help free your brain up to focus later on a new task. For at least 30 minutes a day, consider working out, going for a run or bike ride, playing sports, doing puzzles or playing chess

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