London: As you continue to age, you could start finding it harder to remember things as well or quickly as you used to. What should you do to maintain your memory capacity? Well, MEDITATION boosts the brain in every way — it increases memory and focus, and helps the brain de-stress.
Various studies have been conducted to determine the effect of meditation on the body and brain, and it has been found that meditating regularly brings many positive changes that decrease anxiety and help students focus better and concentrate for longer, besides many other benefits.
Drink lots of water: A STUDY in the Journal of Nutrition shows that compared to thirsty people, reaction times increased by 14 percent in a better-hydrated group. Even mild dehydration can suck the resources from your brain. So besides other benefits of drinking water, you are doing your brain a lot of good this way.
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Learn Something New: LEARNING anything new, even the easiest of things is a challenge of sorts in the beginning. And each time we give a challenge to our brain, it creates stronger connections between neurons — the basic working units of the brain and specialized cells designed to transmit information to other nerve cells, muscle, or gland cells. And this stronger connection means your learning and communicating abilities improve.
So why don’t you learn a new game, maybe chess or hockey, learn to sew or crochet (your mum is going to be delighted with this!), or you can try your hand at a new language or art form. These are fun activities that will keep you happily occupied in the holidays while sharpening your brain.
Connect with nature: WHENEVER you are tired, upset or hurt, hugging mum or being close to her seems to take away all your worries. A smile from her and you feel reassured. The same is the effect of Mother Nature on us.
Spending time in a natural setting can lower stress levels and improve the mood, and researchers have even gone as far as to find that some microorganisms in soil can trigger the release of serotonin, a chemical that uplifts the spirit.
Gardening is a very healthy hobby and activity; planting something, tending and watching it grow gives such fulfillment and plants will make your home, even the smallest, look pretty and peaceful. And let’s not forget how plants help to absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen.
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