Giving your brain new experiences that combine physical senses — vision, smell, touch, taste, and hearing — with emotional “sense” stimulates more connections between different brain areas, causes nerve cells to produce natural brain nutrients that dramatically help memory, and makes surrounding cells stronger and more resistant to the effects of aging. Try these brain exercises during your morning routine or your down time and see if you feel the difference.
14 brain exercises to help you get smarter
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