The brain develops due to regular physical activity. In particular, synapses increase the size of the points of contact with neurons. More cells appear in the brain and new connections are made between them. And if you exercise outdoors, you get vitamin D.
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1. Adjust your diet.
It is recommended to postpone the main meals to the coldest time of the day. It is best to wake up at 7 am for breakfast. Lunch will be moved to approximately 11: 00-11: 30. It is desirable to have dinner after 6 pm and then have a snack around 9 pm.
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The older we get, the more tired we become and the less energetic we become because a person loses mitochondria (energy motors in cells) and produces less adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which delivers energy to cells throughout the body.
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1. Find out when your brain is most productive.
Be active when your brain’s performance is at its peak. For example, you have noticed that you perform tasks faster and better in the morning. Your highest performance can be around 10 am, and in the afternoon you feel tired. So, work on your tasks at a time when the brain is in optimal condition. Then, when its performance decreases, stop or perform simple tasks.
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Studies show that blueberry nutrients improve concentration. This is due to the content of antioxidants. These compounds stimulate the flow of blood and oxygen to the brain tissue. Blueberries also contain proanthocyanidins, resveratrol and tannins that help improve concentration.
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