If it's great for your body it must be great for your brain. Having a well-balanced life from eating lots of fruit and vegetables, reducing sugar, to memory exercises and getting at least 8 hours sleep can all help to keep your brain young, whilst advancing in chronological age.
British Researchers have found that chewing gum not only improves your memory, but it also increases the delivery of oxygen to your brain, can help you stay focused and improve concentration in visual memory tasks too.
Have you tried clenching your fist for 45 seconds?
Researchers at the Montclair State University, USA, have discovered clenching your right fist for 45 seconds whilst memorising something, followed by clenching your left fist as you store the memory, helps to recall information easier.
Go on, give it a try!
And, an Oxford University study discovered that Vitamin B helped slow down cognitive decline. Food rich in Vitamin B include fresh and dried fruit, veggies, porridge, brown rice, whole grain bread, fish, peas, chicken, turkey, soya beans, potatoes, tomatoes (we could go on and on), and broccoli.
Are you always on the go? Wish to anti-age your brain? Great news - Taking a supplement a day can also help you reap the benefits!