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Improving Your Brain Training

Published on 5/26/2013
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Improving Your Brain Training It is common knowledge that aside from your body, your brain also needs proper training. That’s why online brain training exercises are advisable for everyone to indulge in from time to time. Websites offer online brain games to people who need some brain exercise. This gives enjoyment to those trying to solve it, and while at the same time giving those people a rigorous brain exercise while they bust their brains out in solving it. Aside from indulging in fun online brain training activities, what are the other brain stimulators available that could help you maximize your brain potential? Chocolates = Brain Food The first tip involves eating chocolate, dark chocolate, specifically. This kind of chocolate, when eaten, makes the brain release a chemical called dopamine. Dopamine helps in having a good memory and adequate learning, which will make your brain get fit and sharp all of the time. Music Jams Another helpful activity involves listening to music. Look for a song that you like, but the lyrics you haven’t memorized yet. Listen to the song over and over until you know the lyrics enough, that you’re already able to write them all down. This activity will help you develop your listening skills better. It will help your brain remember, understand and think properly. Focusing on a single task will release acetylcholine, which helps the brain have better plasticity (i.e. the brain’s capability to change at any given age), and gives you a more vivid memory. Enhancing Your Peripheral Vision Have you tried to play those ‘hidden object’ games? You can also try this but in reverse. Hidden object games make you look for things within a specific area, but what you can do instead is to focus on a specific location, concentrate on all the items you see, try to remember everything, and afterwards, write them all down. The reason behind this activity is to increase the controlled release of acetylcholine through useful visual memory activities. Acetylcholine decreases with memory loss, and is even lost with people who have Alzheimer’s disease. That’s why activities like these would be very helpful to minimize those cases. Unleash your Inner Mozart Did you have a dream of being a famous musician? If that’s the case, then now’s the best time to start. You can refresh your memory with your previous knowledge, or to begin from scratch in learning a new one. Why is it recommended? It is because playing instruments, or learning to play one, will help you enhance several parts of your brain and how they function, particularly controlling refined movements, listening, and translating written notes to music (correlation of sight to sound). Train your Brain These activities are highly recommended for everyone to do. Not only these activities are fun to experience, these activities are beneficial as well for your brain. It’s not fun to forget things, especially those important ones. That’s why we should do activities necessary to slow down the brain aging process. Don’t forget to have fun as well!
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