Everyday habits that can sharpen your memory and improve your brain

According to the title, you must have thought that these are some very complicated actions that you will not have time for and will regularly forget about, but in order to sharpen your memory and improve your brain, you need to change small things in the most literal sense.

Here are some very useful tips to help you do just that. Start tomorrow and adhere strictly to these habits until they become a habit, and you will notice positive results very quickly.

Brush your teeth with the opposite hand. The development of cerebral convolutions can be quite simple, like putting a toothbrush and a hairbrush in a non-dominant hand. In this way, you challenge your own coordination of movements and exercise your brain.

Practice yoga. After brushing your teeth, greet the sun several times because it has been proven that the position of the inverted dog improves brain functions, and a twenty-minute hour of hatha yoga will improve concentration and information processing.


Place the watch on the opposite wrist. If you are right-handed, put the clock on your right hand, and if you are left-handed on your left hand, this simple trick will encourage your brain to work harder. It may seem like a completely unimportant thing to you, but give it a try.

Solve the crossword puzzle during the lunch break. Simple crossword puzzles, octaves and puzzles during the lunch break are simple brain exercises that will help you reach the end of working hours easier and more efficiently.

Have some coffee. Here is good news for all coffee lovers. Research has confirmed that people who consume 200 milligrams of caffeine remember better immediately after learning, and what they read will remain etched in their memory for longer.

Learn French. You can download an app on your smartphone to learn phrases in some foreign languages. People who speak more than one language have been proven to remember better, solve problems more successfully and have better brain functions as they get older.

Eat fish for dinner. Older people who eat seafood more often are less likely to get Alzheimer’s disease than those who do not eat fish. You guessed it, it’s because of the omega 3 fatty acids that fish and seafood are very rich in.

Do your homework. Age should not be an obstacle to learning some new things. Read, learn to cook, crochet or knit. Learning new things has been shown to expand the brain and improve cognitive functions and reduce the risk of dementia.

Get yourself a good night’s sleep. Quality sleep supports learning and memory, and the brain also uses it to get rid of potential toxins that we were exposed to during the day, so be sure not to underestimate good sleep. Create a relaxing atmosphere in the bedroom, buy new bedding, light scented candles, sprinkle pillows with a little lavender.

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