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Top 3 Ways To Protect Your Brain, Starting Today

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Did you know that you can improve and protect your brain function at any age? 

Improving brain function isn’t only for the elderly, no matter how old you are, there are multiple options for how to uplevel your brain and stay feeling your best! 

Improve your circulation

Improving your overall circulation can lead to better long term brain function and help to prevent cognitive decline in the future. Improving circulation means getting your blood pumping and flowing throughout your body through any form of exercise. By getting your heart rate up through quick bursts of activity you will be able to promote the blood flow to your brain and increase the longevity of function within your brain. 

Keep a rich diet

Did you know that certain foods can lead to early aging of the brain? Some of the top foods that can be beneficial to avoid would be hydrogenated fats, and processed foods. It can also be beneficial to avoid foods that are high in carbohydrates and sugar. By maintaining a healthy diet full of rich foods you can ensure for yourself that you are protecting your brain from harmful foods that can lead to inflammation. A healthy diet would include fruits, vegetables, and supplements that promote a healthy lifestyle.

Learn new things

It’s important for your overall brain function and to keep a strongly functioning brain by challenging yourself to learn new skills. The brain is like a muscle in the sense that if you train it, it can become “stronger”. By learning new skills you are stimulating the neurons in the brain and forming neural pathways which will allow electrical impulses to travel faster through your brain. These two things combined mean that you will better train your brain to learn faster and better, and also potentially ward off dementia.

These are just a few ways to improve the function of your brain and protect yourself from potentially debilitating diseases in the future. 

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