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Five habits to improve your brain health

Five habits to improve your brain health| TheNewsTribe.com

Brain boosting is highly required these days as in this advanced age every one of us is doing a job in a highly competitive environment where one needs to be perfect which requires plentiful concentration and thus our brain is to be used at its optimum capacity.

Here are the five brain boosting habits that may help you

Limit multitasking

Multitasking diminishes mental productivity, elevates brain fatigue and increases stress.

Get an adequate amount of sleep

Make sure you regularly get seven-to-eight hours of sleep. Information is consolidated in the brain at a deeper level of understanding during sleep.

Commit to an exercise routine

Get 30 minutes of aerobic exercise three to four times a week, to improve memory and increase attention and concentration and brain blood flow in the brain-memory area.

Construct bottom-line messages

Summarize your task-assignment reading, training seminars, articles, movies you see or books read. Abstracting novel ideas, versus remembering a litany of facts, builds a brain with an enhanced long-term memory for global ideas and the ability to retrieve fundamental facts.

Laser-focus on important tasks

Block out information that is relatively unimportant. Limiting the intake of information is a key brain function associated with brain health.

Originally Published In The Entrepreneur