Why Brain Fitness Matters
Modern life places huge demands on our brains.
Time and time again, we are told how important it is to do physical exercise and eat healthily, but how often are we told to keep our brains in shape?
When it’s not working at its best you may suffer with tiredness, irritability, poor concentration, and lack of motivation.
Over the long term, you may also notice your memory starts to suffer and perhaps you’re not as sharp you used to be.
Indeed, lack of sleep can accelerate toxic plaque build up in the brain leading to Alzheimer's disease.
By doing so, you will start to enjoy three profound benefits:
Your overall mental performance, speed and processing will improve.
Your learning ability will get better.
Your resilience and adaptability will be enhanced.
To develop these three aspects of mental function, all you need to do is follow the S.E.N.S.E. model.
Take a step back and assess your own life in terms of these five areas. Where could you make some improvements?
By investing some energy into them, you will ensure your brain is always operating at its best.
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