National Train Your Brain Day

Its National train your brain today and what more fitting than a book that can help us do that. 

 

This book was a number one bestseller in Japan, selling more than 2 million copies! Designed for readers who want to keep their minds sharp and stave off the mental effects of aging, this book presents a complete 60-day program to build a better brain. The program consists of a daily worksheet of simple calculations that takes less than 5 minutes to complete. Each week, readers take a short evaluation test to measure their progress. The world has long recognized that physical exercise helps maintain a healthy, well-working body. Now it’s time to acknowledge that our brains need a regular work out too!

 

Everyone talks about how we should be eating and drinking healthy. We are constantly being told that exercise is the key to a healthy body however, we don’t hear much about how the brain should be taken care of. The most important part of our body which we use daily also needs constant care and when you train your brain, you will:

  • Avoid embarrassing situations. You remember his face, but what was his name?
  • Be a faster learner in all sorts of different skills. No problem for you to pick up a new language or new management skill.
  • Avoid diseases that hit as you get older. Alzheimer’s will not be affecting you.

 

Written by Jeyran Main

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