Exercise For The Brain: 70 Neurobic Exercises To Increase Mental Fitness & Prevent Memory Loss
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If you are interested in learning the best ways possible to improve mental health then you need a copy of "Exercise For The Brain: 70 Neurobic Exercises To Increase Mental Fitness & Prevent Memory Loss." This text is written in a fashion that is easy to understand and the author himself has used quite a number of the techniques outlined in the text to his own benefit. As more and more persons seek better ways to retain and improve their memory this text is well timed. It gives the reader the solutions that they need to get started on the path to having a fantastic memory. Of course in quite a number of instances the memory loss cannot be helped as it may be hereditary but it can be slowed down with the use of these exercises. Just as the body needs physical exercises in order to function correctly, the brain needs to be exercised as well to prevent it from becoming sluggish.



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Date de parution 29 juin 2013
Nombre de lectures 12
EAN13 9781628841541
Langue English

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ExerciseFor The Brain: 70 Neurobic Exercises To Increase Mental Fitness & PreventMemory Loss
HowNon Routine Actions And Thoughts Improve Mental Health
By:Jason Scotts
Tableof Contents
Publishers Notes
Chapter 1 - An Overview of Neurobics Exercises
Chapter 2 - The Benefits of Neurobic Exercises
Chapter 3 - How the Brain Processes Information
Chapter 4 - When to do Neurobic Exercises
Chapter 5 - How to Decide Which Neurobic Exercises Are Best
Chapter 6 - 24 New Things You Can Try as NeurobicExercises
Chapter 7 - 24 Ways to Engage the Senses as a Form of Neurobic Exercise
Chapter 8 - 22 Ways to Combine Sensory Experiences as a Form of NeurobicExercise
About The Author
Publishers Notes
This publicationis intended to provide helpful and informative material. It is not intended todiagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any health problem or condition, nor isintended to replace the advice of a physician. No action should be taken solelyon the contents of this book. Always consult your physician or qualifiedhealth-care professional on any matters regarding your health and beforeadopting any suggestions in this book or drawing inferences from it.
The author andpublisher specifically disclaim all responsibility for any liability, loss orrisk, personal or otherwise, which is incurred as a consequence, directly orindirectly, from the use or application of any contents of this book.
Any and allproduct names referenced within this book are the trademarks of theirrespective owners. None of these owners have sponsored, authorized, endorsed,or approved this book.
Always read allinformation provided by the manufacturers’ product labels before using theirproducts. The author and publisher are not responsible for claims made bymanufacturers.
© 2013
Manufactured inthe United States of America
This book isdedicated to my parents who continue to be my source of inspiration.
Chapter 1- An Overview of Neurobics Exercises
A growing new body of knowledgecalled Neurobics is gaining popularity. Neurobics refers to mental exercisesthat enhance the brain’s performance. Dr. Lawrence Katz was an early pioneer inthe field and coined the term Neurobics. It covers a broad spectrum, drawing onsome previously known ideas then adding supplemental activities to the coreresearch.

This new research in brain activityis that the brain like other parts of the body produces new cells that adaptand become integrated in the brain’s overall function. Previously, it wasbelieved that brain cells were fixed, that you had a given number at birth.Then the research branched out into producing specific activities thatstimulate brain activity.
The first part of this discussioncovers the background activities that stimulate brain function, starting withdiet and exercise then we discuss the more complex theories of mental activity.Included here will be specific brain related exercises.
Water is the key to life. A baby inthe womb is 90% water. After birth it is 80% water. As an adult we are 70%water. In old age water drops to 60%, then to 50% in death. Our brains are 75%to 90% water. As you can clearly see water is critical. The oxygen in watertravels to every cell in our body. Dehydration or lack of water causes fatigueand diminishes our ability to focus and concentrate.
Some foods are especially good forus. Eating fish two or three times a week provides Omega 3. Some researchindicates that it lowers dementia and strokes. Most berries especiallyblueberries are also beneficial.
Walnuts calm inflammation of cellwalls. Raw cocoa and dark chocolate are two known antioxidants. Use bakingcocoa in milk. The milk has lactose that is a form of sugar and sweetens thecocoa.
Physical movement stimulates thebrain. Playing all kinds of sports activates brain activity. Your brainprocesses hundreds of connections for you to perform a given sport. Dance is anotheractivity that increases brain function.
Now we examine the mind and thebrain. We often confuse the mind with the brain. The mind is non-physical whilethe brain is a physical organ inside our bodies. How the mind works is still amystery. We do know that the mind processes hundreds to thoughts and sends themto the brain. Obviously the more times a thought is sent to the brain the morepowerful the brain’s activity will be; this is how habits are formed. The brainautomatically sends signals for you to act in a certain way. On a much deeperlevel these habits become beliefs and control our behavior.

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