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Your Brain Power And Exercise

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Your Brain Power And Exercise

Article by Don George
























Some simple adjustments by you while working out can do wonders for your brain power. Get yourself back to nature. When you take a walk with nature you not only do great things for your cardio but you will also improve your memory and your attention span. You can expect to improve your memory and your attention span by about twenty per cent by merely taking a walk in the park versus taking a walk in an urban environment. This natural setting will have a restful effect on you.

Once you are in a restful state this will allow your brain to better process the information you put into it. Now when that little voice in your head starts talking to you, you can quiet it down and resolve your issues. Yes, we all have that little voice that talks to us all the time and we all have issues. Busy surroundings, noisy traffic, beautiful billboards, and loads of people clamor for your attention and surely do distract you. Your iPod will do the same thing, so leave it at home during your walk with nature. For sure after this walk in the park you will arrive at home to emerge calmer, much more focused and you will better be able to tackle that to-do list that you have created.

Another great tool to use to connect with your senses is tai chi. Why is it a brain booster you ask? It has long been a fact that tai chi improves your balance. But it also may protect the area of your brain that is responsible for your sense of touch. This just happens to be an area that tends to fade rapidly after forty. Improved sensations can help you thread a needle, savor hugs from a loved one or enable you to react quickly when something you touch is too hot. And it helps you prevent falls, a major source of injury as you age. With practice, tai chi will improve your controlled movements of your fingers and your toes; your fingers and toes become less responsive without practice.

So as you can see, exercise does improve your brain power, so what are you waiting for, get started! As always you must live well to be well.

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