Research has shown that regular exercise is good for your brain and can help relieve symptoms of migraine, ADHD, pain, Parkinson's, cognitive impairment, and other conditions. The goal is 45-60 minutes at least 3 times per week. Personalized advice from a certified coach can help you find a plan that will work for you.
For a healthy brain
Nutrition has a large effect on the brain. A diet rich in fruits, vegetables, fish, and poultry can promote better brain function than one rich in red meat and processed foods. Anti-oxidants are also important. We also know that sugary foods have long-term harmful effects. Effective dietary change may be helped by personalized advice.
Sleep, relaxation, and stress-reduction
Brain wellness is bolstered by other factors, as well. Adequate sleep is critical for processing memories and for a good energy level. Stress-reduction is important - you should develop effective ways to wind down and relax during your off-hours.
Use it or lose it
Your brain adapts to how much you use it. Creative and thinking activities are good for your brain. Social interaction, learning new things, and ballroom dancing are just a few other examples of activities that exercise your brain. Also, there are software programs that can help.