Improving Our Brain Healthiness – Test Your Limits Beyond And Learn Something New

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Clearly, no matter which part of our body we are talking about, it appears as if nearly every single one of them follow the same mantra – useful or damaging. Therefore, let’s say that if we do not train our muscles routinely, then there is no need to dispute that our muscles will likely to turn into mashed potatoes. Similarly, if we do not train our brain, our neurons will be impaired thus we will end up forgetting the culprit who steals our frozen meat every midnight.

Broadly speaking, some urologists by far have given the same advice over to both men and women pertaining to the potential erection that they may experience. This is no different with our brain where we have to do our best to keep it healthier on day-to-day basis. To maintain our brain to stay active both emotionally and mentally will help us deter any loss of memory. Thus, the first thing that we should consider to improve the state of our brain fitness is to avoid running our daily errands using an autopilot, which is doing the same routine day after day. If we can find ways of stretching our precious brain alternatively, then we will have an upper hand to diminish any potential risks of brain deterioration. Perhaps, one classic approach that we can apply is by learning something new; whether it is learning to speak different languages, learning to play Sousa tunes on the harmonica, or learning to remodel a car engine. Bottom line, the main objective to learn something new is to exert parts of our brain cells which do not work optimally so that they can be reactivated and become functional again.

Apart from that, another path to rebuild our brain with strength is based on what most researchers commonly refer to as "test your limits". Many years ago, there was a large-scale project which was once conducted by several scientists to determine whether the threshold value test would enable participants to reverse and provoke the growth of their neurons and dendrites into something else (there is a certain part of human brain neurons which possess the ability to capture information through the neuron-transmitters). Whatever it is, several computers were programmed to align the mathematics equation with the participants' level of numeracy skills. And so by the time these computers began to signal the limits of each individual’s brain capacity until it reached the test bar, those scientists would then be able to observe the growth of neurons and dendrites captured in the form of scanned images.

Actually, there is something to be taught which we can learn intuitively from the above pilot study. It is this simple fact that people do not need to get the right answers necessarily to reap any precise benefits. Only by testing ourselves a little bit beyond our capacity alone (80% of correct answers and 20% of wrong answers), for example, is more than sufficient to encourage the re-growth aspect of our brain. We can always do a crossword puzzle on Wednesday if we want to, and we can do the problem-solving thing partially the next day (Friday, Saturday, or Sunday).

While we are certain that it was the best decision to let the puzzle solved partially on Wednesday, it might appear to be the best strategy implemented to have our brain in touch with the game progressively. Like an athlete who becomes faster and stronger due to the effect of rigorous practice, we can actually follow the same application to train our brain smarter and healthier. Overall, an additional element put in sequence to train our brain exceed its capacity is through our endless desire for seeking knowledge enrichment. Therefore, the more we know things which other people do not, the better we can stretch our brain's intellectual strength to go beyond its limits.

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