Tips for the brain 4

Brain tip 23: Take part in debates! Passionate debates train your brain to think quickly. Debates improve your brain by boosting your ability to apply intelligence to verbal situations. - deşi nu-mi provoacă o stare bună, se mai întâmplă să iau parte şi la polemici.
Brain tip 24: Practice your recall! After looking at a sculpture or painting, turn away and recall the details. After reading a newspaper article, recall it and tell someone about it. - cu picturile şi sculpturile n-am făcut decât o dată treaba asta, dar cu articolele de ziar mi se întâmplă des.
Brain tip 26: Do a jigsaw puzzle! Jigsaw puzzles hone your visual judgments and fine motor skills. Jigsaws force you to mentally rotate the pieces, and to relate each small piece to the big picture. - da, fac.
Brain tip 27: Read Books! This teaches your brain to quickly absorb lots of information. Books boost your vocabulary and critical thinking skills, and help with memorization skills. - îhî.
Brain tip 28: Get some exercise! For an instant brain recharge, walk up and down the stairs a few times. Cognitive function is improved after just ten minutes of aerobic exercise. - nu, nu, nu.
Brain tip 29: Try Gingko Biloba! Gingko Biloba has been proven to increase blood flow to the brain. Problem-solving and focus can be helped by an increase in blood flow. - asta parcă a mai fost ... :) oricum, am mai luat.
Brain tip 30: Brainstorm! Brainstorming means letting your brainpower flow and coming up with original ideas. A stimulating brainstorming session trains your brain to think creatively. - făcut, dar foarte rar, că n-ai cu cine, dom'le, n-ai cu cine.
Brain tip 31: Eat fractal vegetables! Broccoli, cauliflower and other vegetables from the cabbage family are great for memory. Harvard researchers found that women who ate the most cruciferous vegetables performed better on memory tests than those who ate the least. - apropo de asta, am aflat că la conopidă "asezarea „buchetelelor“ urmeaza sirul lui Fibonacci, o serie numerica in care fiecare numar este suma celor doua numere precedente (de exemplu 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21 etc.)". Mănânc.
Brain tip 32: Take a walk! The American Academy of Neurology studied women and walking. They found that even one extra mile walked per week reduced a woman's risk of cognitive decline by 13 percent. - a walk? Una da, am făcut.

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