2010 – The International Year Of The Brain?

Posted by: michael  :  Category: Factors affecting Brain Health

2010 has been designated the International Year of the Brain. .Well, it hasn’t officially so I’ve had to do it myself.

And that’s what you’ll have to do. I don’t mean designate the year but rather dedicate 2010 and the years thereafter to looking after your brain.

So put aside those traditional New Year’s resolutions and make your mind up to do something life-saving!

Think I’m getting over-dramatic? Go and visit someone with dementia symptoms like Alzheimer’s Disease. Do you seriously want to risk ending up like that?

If you answered no then why not make 2010 the year in which you swapped New Year resolutions for a New Year REVOLUTION?

Can a brain exercise program guarantee you won’t ever get dementia or other brain disorders? The answer is no but you can greatly reduce the risk and do that without spending a single cent.

Here are some of the factors you should consider when developing a strategy to keep your brain healthy, alert and vital:

  • Physical exercise
  • Reduce stress levels
  • Encourage the flow of oxygenated blood to the brain
  • Promote the generation and circulation of sexual energy
  • Control the breathing rate
  • Challenge the brain
  • Stimulate the senses

It is fair to say that all the above elements can have a marked positive influence on brain health in their own right. However, it is the synergistic impact of using them in combination that is likely to provide the most powerful benefits.

Where to start?
An excellent starting point is to aim to reduce stress levels. In that regard you may find the WOW Factor Exercise valuable. It is available free on this blog

Well I’m off to stir up a REVOLUTION.

 

 

 

  

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