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5 Brain Exercises To Keep Your Mind Healthy

5 Brain Exercises To Keep Your Mind Healthy

Brain Gym consists of a simple series of exercises that help your brain function sharper and better. They make you confident and bring about dynamic changes in your personality. The movements are very easy to do and very effective at the same time. It helps you make better decisions in life especially when you are going through difficult times. The summary of brain gym exercises have been enlisted in the following few paragraphs.

* Belly Breathing

Put your hands on your abdomen. Exhale through your mouth until your lungs are entirely emptied out. Now inhale as if you are filling up a balloon with your breath. Then exhale very slowly. Do this exercise about three to four times. It will increase your energy levels and improve your central nervous system.

* Brain Buttons

Put your one hand on the navel. Try to feel the hollow areas under your collarbone with the thumb and fingers of your other hand. Rub this area for about 30 seconds to one minute as you look from left to right. This will improve your reading habits, along with your writing and speaking abilities.

* Cross Crawl

To do the cross crawl, stand up and march in your place. Alternate place each hand on the opposite knee as you do it. Relax yourself as you breathe and continue for about four to eight breaths. This exercise is amazing for those who would like to improve their memory and their reading, writing, learning skills.

* Energy Yawn

When you yawn, press the finger tips of each hand against any tight spot on your cheeks. Make a relaxed and audible yawning sound now. Repeat this about three to four times. It will improve your creativity level, release all tension and ease your expressions.

* Neck Rolls

As you breathe deeply, relax your shoulders and drop your head towards the front. Close your eyes very slowly and roll your head from side to side. Make small circles with your nose and relax your head now. Do this about three times to improve your breathing.

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