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How to train the brain

by Tom Riddle

Your brain, just like every other muscle in your body, needs exercise and training. Many people don’t focus on training their brains. Do you want your brain to be in shape? By following the steps below you can improve the use of your brain, “exercise” your brain, and keep it healthy before it gets too lazy.

Try “investing” in a brain-training video game.

It is not the only way to train the mind, but there are people who think that this is the best method. Some examples of video games for brain training are “Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day!” for the Nintendo DS console, or “Brain Challenge” for the Apple iPod. These games supposedly work all areas of the brain, and can help you exercise your brain effectively.

Include some basic problems and Riddles  (Bugtong ) in your day to day life.

 These problems can be basic arithmetic problems, bugtong halimbawa, crosswords, or Sudoku, but you don’t have to limit yourself to just these. These problems require your brain to start working and not only help you train your brain, but can make you feel better in these areas of knowledge (perhaps with practice you will become a chess master).

Include exercise in your daily life

Exercising your brain is not the only thing that can help you improve, but exercising other parts of the body is also beneficial. Physical exercise also has benefits to improve cognitive functioning, increases the risk of having dementia in the future, and other benefits. You’ll also be able to think better, so physical exercise is a good idea to improve your body before you start improving your brain.

Have a good breakfast .

Eating a proper breakfast can have a positive impact on brainpower. Children who have soft drinks and sugary foods with breakfast have been shown to perform better on tests of memory and attention. Eating a good breakfast every day will ensure that you have energy throughout the day to exercise your mind and body optimally.

Limit the number of TV shows you watch

When you watch television, your brain is in neutral. In a scientific study it has been proven that when people watch television the alpha waves of their brain increase in a passive state as if they were sitting in the dark. Television viewing has been linked to poor performance. Why would you be looking to have such an underachiever in your life?


Studies have shown that people who laugh and have watched sitcoms are better at solving problems designed to measure right-brain creative thinking; however, there is a caveat to this: Humor can be distracting and can decrease performance on non-creative tasks.

Learn something new

By learning something else, you are exercising an important skill of the brain, the ability to learn. By searching Bugtong How, or any other site, you can learn something that will be useful to you in the future and help your brain too.

Don’t do things you don’t want to do

If you get bored doing mental math problems, don’t do them. Don’t feel like you have to do them just to improve your brain. If you don’t enjoy it, you won’t learn anything!

Eating a nutrient-dense diet can help you. There are studies that show that a diet rich in nutrients such as antioxidants and vitamins increases cognition and memory.

Exercising your brain isn’t something you should just do once in a while. Try to do something step by step every day. Like other types of exercise, they are only really effective if they are done more than once and repeated.

Try fun mental tasks like reading a difficult book, learning a different language, or doing things with your other hand that you normally use like eating, brushing your teeth, writing a text, or playing an instrument. To start with, do things from least difficult to most complex. This will be fun and will strengthen the connections (synapses) between nerve cells in your brain.

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