How To Increase Your Brain Power

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How To Increase Your Brain Power, Things you should do

Play Video Games

Some researchers suggest playing video games improves a number of cognitive skills just like mental exercise.

Solving Puzzle

Researchers have proved that people playing brain games or solving puzzles like jigsaw and sudoku are more intellect.

Doing Coding

I can’t forget coding to put in the list after advice from Steve Jobs, “It teaches you how to think.”

Eat Healthy

Remember to feed your brain with the good stuff! (i.e. fresh fruit and veg & plenty of Omega 3)

Read A Book

Reading relieves tension and stress, which is brain cell killers because it’s a form of escapism.

Turn Off the TV

People who watch too much television run the risk that their brains will get used to overstimulation.

Listen to Music

Studies suggest listening to classical music can improve spatial processing. Mozart also has similar effects.

Creative Hobbies

If you do poetry, cooking, paint often or write your own music or story, you are training your left hemisphere.


Brainwaves are commonly associated with deep relaxation, meditation, intuition and higher consciousness.

Coffee Time Babes

Studies suggest the caffeine in an eight-ounce cup of coffee can improve attention and short term memory.


A recent study found the flavonols in dark chocolate offer a short term boost in cognitive skills.

A Glass Of Milk

According to study, people who drink a glass of milk daily perform better in tests of memory and other cognitive functions.

Meditation Time

Meditation helps improve memory, decision making, and attention span. Plus you become the master of your senses.


Indian ancestors focused on the semen retention to create extra ordinary brain power. You must read about this power.


During Yoga, your brain releases all sorts of chemicals that not only help you relax but also lower your stress and anxiety.

Power Naps

In one study, young adults who napped in for 90 minutes showed significant improvements in memory.

Polyphasic Sleep

Though it’s not easy but Nikola Tesla and Leonardo Da Vinci followed polyphasic sleep. It trains your brain in a hard way.


Exercise not only benefits your brain health and cognition, it can also improve your memory.

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