It’s probably not news to you that if your brain isn't working quite right, nothing in your life will work quite right either.
But the real question is…
Are you being intentional about keeping your brain healthy and active and growing?
A lot of us as Thinline Heros are concerned with growing the size of our biceps or shrinking the size of our waist (or whatever turns you on in the mirror). And sure, having a fit capable body is important.
But what about our brains?
After all, what we do isn’t all physical. It’s mental too.
Plus, keeping your brain happy and healthy is critical to enjoying your life at the highest level.
And yet, very few people have a workout plan for their brain.
Kind of weird, right?
We thought so.
That’s why we are sharing 8 ways to give your brain the attention it deserves and boost the power of your brain:
Because roughly 30% of your brain's volume is composed of blood vessels. It's important to keep your blood moving!
Exercise gets your blood flowing and helps to control your blood sugar. High blood sugar is harmful to blood vessels. That's why so many diabetics die of heart disease or stroke at a relatively young age. Lack of exercise could also contribute to things like dementia and Alzheimers.
Because reading requires a lot of your brain. It's not easy to transform symbols into words and meaning. Spend some time each day with a book that makes you think. You might learn something useful, too. Ten minutes per day is enough.
Avoid reading the same types of books on a regular basis. Read well-written articles. Read the classics. Try a new science fiction novel. How about a book on theoretical physics? Reading the sports page every day doesn't count. The same goes for romance novels by your favorite author. Mix it up.
There are plenty of mediation apps in your app store. Three of the top ones are Calm, Headspace, and Muse. Again, 5-10 minutes is all you need. Leave for work 5 minutes early and do it in your car.
This can be very challenging at first. If you've been living the same day repeatedly for several years, learning something new is similar to going jogging for the first time. It's painful, and you don't get too far.
Be patient and give your brain a chance to wake up.
You can also just pick a random date on a calendar and try to remember something from that day or time period.
Another option is to go back over your day and try to remember the little details of the day. What were the kids wearing? How much milk was left in the jug after breakfast? Because your brain is on auto-pilot for most tasks, it can be much tougher than you think to remember the little details of your day.
Here’s the bottom line…
There are many benefits to keeping your brain in tip-top shape. You'll enjoy better mental health and preserve your mental faculties longer.
Just like your body, your relationships, and your job, keeping your brain healthy requires attention and intention.
Challenge yourself to learn new information and skills. Your brain is an amazing tool but like any tool, it must be maintained.
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