In today’s video, we’ll be discussing 12 ways to keep your brain young. Why is mental stimulation necessary? Can improving blood pressure impact your brain power? Is physical exercise as important as mental stimulation? We’ll be discussing all of these AND more…
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Intro – 0:00
1. Mental stimulation – 00:33
2. Physical exercise – 01:59
3. Better diet – 02:50
4. Improved blood pressure – 03:23
5. Lower blood sugar – 03:59
6. Improve cholesterol – 04:23
7. Low-dose aspirin – 05:10
8. Avoid tobacco – 05:28
9. Don’t abuse alcohol – 05:59
10. Take care of your emotions – 06:27
11. Protect your head – 06:58
12. Improve your relationships – 07:25
1. Mental stimulation
As you age, it’s only natural for your brain to go into decline. One of the best ways to prevent this is to keep it mentally stimulated. When you give your brain some activity, it creates new connections between the nerve cells.
2. Physical exercise
It’s time to get some more exercise, people! And I’m not just talking about your arms and legs. Your brain also requires a bit of a workout. Various studies have shown that putting your muscles to work can also help your brain. When you exercise, you raise the blood flow in your blood vessels. This in turn helps transport oxygen-rich blood to the parts of your brain responsible for thought.
3. Better diet
Admit it, you haven’t been eating properly! While everyone knows a good diet is important for your body, it’s also equally important for your brain. We often underestimate just how crucial healthy eating is for our mental state.
4. Improved blood pressure
If you suffer from high blood pressure, chances are you’ll have a higher risk of cognitive decline as you grow older. You will need to make changes to your lifestyle so that you can bring your blood pressure to normal levels.
For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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