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4 Easy Ways to Improve Your Brain Health (828 hits)

SharpBrains.com published an article on maintaining a healthy brain that will function better. Here are the four keys to improving your brain health:

Physical Exercise
◾Do something you enjoy for even just 15 minutes a day. You can always add more time and activities later.
◾Schedule exercise into your daily routine. It will be become a habit faster if you do.
◾Do something cardiovascular to get your heart beating faster

Mental Exercise
◾Be curious! Get to know your local library and community college, look for local organizations or churches that offer classes or workshops
◾Work puzzles like crosswords and sudoku or play games like chess and bridge
◾Try computerized brain fitness programs
◾Learn something new every day

Good Nutrition
◾Plan your meals around your vegetables (especially leafy greens), and then add fruit, protein, dairy, and/or grains
◾Add some cold-water fish to your diet (tuna, salmon, mackerel, halibut, sardines, and herring)
◾Try to eat more foods low on the Glycemic Index

Stress Management
◾Get enough sleep each night
◾Practice meditation, yoga, or a calming activity to help you relax
◾Set aside 5 to 10 minutes to just breathe deeply

Check out the other ways to improve your brain health . . . https://sharpbrains.com/blog/2007/04/11/easy-steps-to-improve-your-brain-health-now/
Posted By: Elynor Moss
Thursday, September 28th 2017 at 11:26AM
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