You Need An Exercise Routine For Your Brain
Building a brain-exercise routine will probably be successful if it mirrors the most successful ways to create any other routine.
The answer to maxing out your brain’s performance abilities for the rest of your life lies in how you exercise it—just like your body.
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Fast thinking, prioritizing, and decision making are actually making your brain stronger and preparing it for top performance for years to come.
The things you struggle with but are proud to accomplish are actually keeping you healthy for a lifetime.
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Neuroscience research shows you can keep your brain sharp in much the same way you keep your body fit.
Eating food increases your metabolism for a while because extra calories are required to process your meal. This is called the thermic effect of food (TEF).
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Drinking water may speed up your metabolism for about an hour. This calorie-burning effect may be even greater if you drink cold water, as your body uses energy to heat it.
Drinking water can also help you fill up and help you eat less, especially if you drink it half an hour before you eat.
High-intensity interval training (HIIT) involves short, intense bursts of activity and help you burn more fat by increasing your metabolic rate.
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Research found that audiobooks stimulate the brain differently but just as deeply as reading.
With print books, you need to provide the voice, imagine the tune and rhythm of speech, the intonation, stress of syllables, and so on. All this gets provided for you when listening to audio. With audiobooks, you're using different methods to decode and understand it. But it still deeply impacts your thoughts and feelings.
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