5 Weird Brain Exercises That Help You Get Smarter

Australia
July 1, 2016 8:24am CST
New research has shown that making your brain do new experiences helps the brain achieve healthier state of mind. As I get older, I intend to sharpen my mind to the max capacity. Exercise number 1. Brush your teeth with your non-dominant hand. Or write with your non-dominant hand. Using the opposite side of your brain, the exercise results in rapid and healthy increase in the cells in the cortex (outer layer of the brain) that control and process perceptible information from the hand. My mother often told us to be busy with ours minds. Busy minds-- by learning 'as the sky is the limit ' and mastering skills we've never done before, increase healthy brain cells-- on both left and right part of the brain. Sounds good advice. To be continued...
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@nomus24g (16047)
• India
1 Jul 16
This is interesting piece...bring it on
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• Australia
1 Jul 16
Thanks. There'll be more to follow. But I'll take it slowly. I might get brain-overload. Haha! I don't think that isn't the case that will happen when I exercise my brain.
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@nomus24g (16047)
• India
1 Jul 16
@everwonderwhy rather than brain overload..u will have stock of TOPICS to post here on myLot
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@MALUSE (31711)
• Denmark
1 Jul 16
I often use my 'wrong' hand. I can do quite a lot of things with it.
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• Indonesia
1 Jul 16
I m doing this for several years....change using my hand....the reason is to make my brain fresh and responsive
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• Quezon City, Philippines
2 Jul 16
Alright, keep posting. I'm currently reviewing so I need tips :)
@responsiveme (14375)
• India
2 Jul 16
I'm off to do the 1st exercise right now.will watch out for this space,