In today’s news we will look the benefits of an exercise routine for your brain.
Findings from an 8 year study of thousands of retired men and women, ages 75 and above, found that forcing your brain to work on difficult problems and juggling a variety of tasks — when done with care — was the equivalent to lifting weights with your brain.
The ability to boost your brain’s performance potential for the rest of your life lies in how you exercise it.
Here are 3 ways you can maximize the exercise your brain is getting.
1 At work: Attack your big challenges first and save the routines and repetitive tasks for later.
2 At home: Don’t sit and watch TV. Take on more challenging hobbies like crossword puzzle, play Sudoku, or make home improvement plans.
3 In relationships: Tackling difficult conversations with your partner or friends will improve the performance of your brain (and probably your relationship, too). Discuss big ideas and how to bring them to life.
Science confirms that much like lifting weights, the more you take on, the mentally stronger and sharper you become and the longer you will get to enjoy all that life brings.
And of course, chiropractic care has been proven to improve brain function and health.
Get regular chiropractic checkups for the whole family, and make sure your spine and your brain are working the best they can.
Your health will be better because of it.
And that’s this week’s Brain-Based Wellness News