How To Improve Your Brain Fitness
learn a new skill everyday
learning a new skill works multiple areas of the brain .your memory comes into play ,you learn movements and you associate things Differantly .Reading shakespeare ,learning to cook and building an airplane out of toothpicks all will challenge your brain and give you something to think about.
Reading everyday something different
Books are portable free from libraries and filled with infinite interested and facts branch out from familiar reading topics. if you usually read history books try a contemporary novel read foreign authors the classics and random books .not only will your brain get a workout by imagining different time periods cultures and people you will also have intersting stories to tell about your reading what it makes you think of and the connections you draw between modern life and the words.
Train your brain
brain training is becoming a trend. there are formal course website and books with programs o how to train your brain to work better and faster. there is some research behind these programs but the basic principle are memory visualization and reasoning. work on these three concept every day and your brain will be ready for anything.
daily meditation is perhaps the single greatest thing you can do for your mind body health. meditation not only relaxes you, it gives your brain a workout by creating a different mental state you engage your brain in new and interesting ways while increasing your brain fitness.
Deep thinking improve and skill
How much exercise is required to improve memory? These study participants walked briskly for one hour, twice a week. That’s 120 minutes of moderate intensity exercise a week. Standard recommendations advise half an hour of moderate physical activity most days of the week, or 150 minutes a week. If that seems daunting, start with a few minutes a day, and increase the amount you exercise by five or 10 minutes every week until you reach your goal. If you don’t want to walk, consider other moderate-intensity exercises, such as swimming, stair climbing, tennis, squash, or dancing. Don’t forget that household activities can count as well, such as intense floor mopping, raking leaves, or anything that gets your heart pumping so much that you break out in a light sweat. Don’t have the discipline to do it on your own? Try any or all of these ideas Join a class or work out with a friend who’ll hold you accountable. Track your progress, which encourages you to reach a goal. If you’re able, hire a personal trainer. (Paying an expert is good motivation