It’s Time For Brain Health

The modern generation has taken a liking for fitness with everyone hitting the gym with the vengeance. It has become a style statement of sorts to have bulging biceps and displaying six pack abs. While all these are good signs that you are looking out for your body, a question that often arises “What about brain health?” Stumped aren’t you? Many people don’t have a clue about this topic.

The brain just like other body parts is a muscle that requires proper working out and the equally good amount of rest. And this is what we are going to help you out with, by giving away a brain health guide.

Do Yoga

Yoga is the perfect remedy to cure the explosions that the brain suffers on a daily basis. This ancient Indian science that has been around for thousands of years has got prominence in recent years with people from all ages experiencing its benefits. In a study conducted recently, people who participated in regular mindfulness meditation were less likely to have negative associations thus reducing the pressure on the brain. Yoga also reduces instances of multitasking, which is known to reduce cognitive performance over time.

A Bout of Brain Training

Yes, we want your brain to fight it out. Play games that stimulate your brain. Playing video games, chess and solving  a crossword has seen a profound effect on the brain’s capacity. Lumosity a website that has various games to enhance cognitive ability can help you avoid Alzheimer’s disease in the long run. Oh, and did we forget to tell you, you could well become the smartest guy in your circle.

Food! Nutritious Food

Like in any training regimen, you need good food to keep you in shape. The same applies for brain health. Foods like avocado, beans & legumes, broccoli, dark chocolate, nuts, spinach etc. have a good amount of omega 3, omega 6 fatty acids along with vitamins and nutrients that are essential to boost brain capacity.

Snooze On

Sleep has a wondrous effect on your brain. Recuperation is key and the time you spend sleeping is the ‘me time’ for your brain. Approximately 7-9 hours of sleep every day will make sure that the brain is in top flight every morning you wake up. Shortage of sleep also gives rise to other problems like  inattentiveness, migraines and forgetfulness, definitely the companions you’d not like to have working in a high pressure work environment.

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Krupesh Padave (KP) has a flair for writing and his favorite hobbies include reading and listening to music. An adventure junkie, he wants to go globe trotting after gaining sufficiently deep pockets.

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