5 Ways to boost brain health
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If you're scared that your brain is continually declining as the years go by, you can stop worrying. Contrary to popular belief, there are several ways to boost brain health and even repair damage.

Scientific data has also proven that certain simple practices can help keep your brain "sharp and elastic" for the rest of your life.

5 Ways to boost brain health

Eat a lot of vegetables.

Broccoli contains sulforaphane, which has been added to the list of neuritogenic substances that have been shown to promote nerve growth in the brain. According to the study, which was published in the journal Genesis, sulforaphane stimulates new nerve growth. It also has healing properties like antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agents. Sulforaphane can also prevent disease and death of healthy neurons.

Exercise regularly.

Working out has two-fold benefits for brain health. Your brain needs a lot of glucose and oxygen, but it's unable to store excess for later use. The human brain requires a continual supply of these nutrients for proper functioning. If you exercise regularly, you can increase blood flow to the brain.

Practice stress reduction techniques.

A fast-paced life is exciting and rewarding, but it can also cause a lot of stress. Stress is one of the main factors associated with age-related cognitive decline. Enjoying your hobbies isn't just fun, it also helps keep your brain healthy. However, binge-watching your favorite TV shows don't count.

Here are some relaxing activities that can also engage your brain:

  • Board games
  • Brighteon.TV

  • Drawing
  • Knitting
  • Learning a foreign language
  • Learning how to cook
  • Painting
  • Quilting
  • Reading books
  • Word or number puzzles

Studies show that engaging activities are better for your brain health compared to passive hobbies.

Practice your critical thinking skills.

Both anecdotal evidence and research confirm that aging is linked to cognitive decline. To keep your brain sharp, you need to constantly practice your critical thinking skills.

Take supplements.

Turmeric is a brightly colored root that can help address various health complaints such as joint pain or lower the risk of heart disease. It is also a remyelinating compound, which means it has potent nerve-regenerative effects. Remyelinating compounds help heal the protective sheath around the nerve bundle called myelin. This area is often damaged in individuals with autoimmune and vaccine-induced disorders.

In 2014, a study showed that catechins, a main class of micronutrient and an active compound in green tea, had antioxidant and neuroprotective properties. The catechins in green tea can also help the brain produce more neurons. Because of green tea's therapeutic effect on damaged areas of the brain, it may potentially help treat "incurable" neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer's, Huntington's and Parkinson's disease. (Related: The surprising link between magnesium and brain health.)

Ginkgo biloba, "a powerhouse in the herbal medicine pharmacopoeia," can also boost brain health. Several studies have confirmed the herb's ability to stimulate levels of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), an important brain protein. BDNF helps promote healing in damaged areas of the brain, and it is crucial for the regulation, growth, and survival of brain cells. BDNF can help improve your long-term memory.

Just because you're aging, it doesn't mean your brain can't get any younger. Try some of these suggestions to keep your brain healthy and strong.

You can browse more articles with tips on how to boost brain health at Brain.news.

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