Keep Your Mind Sharp

June 24, 2019

If you’re always losing your keys it’s time to sharpen your mind. Keep your mind strong as you age by giving it a little extra car now. Where to get started? Try some or all of these habits to support a stronger memory, healthier brain, better focus and concentration, and even a boost in mood.

Research says: floss. It’s not just about your teeth, gums, and breath, although of course those will be healthier too. Flossing helps reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s by removing bacteria that have been shown to be able to travel from the mouth to the brain. (And flossing removes plaque, which also travels, and supports a healthier cardiovascular system).

Get fired up with exercise. Increasing blood flow to the brain with exercise leads to better creativity, memory making, and more. It only has to be a few short walks a week to get the benefit.

Focus on what you eat and don’t eat. Sugar can cause problems throughout the body, including the brain. But if it’s too hard to cut, at least make sure you’re eating lots of fruits and veggies so your whole body is getting the nutrients, antioxidants, and more.

Take up a hobby. Hobbies don’t just exercise the brain, they give you motivation to use it. Find something that inspires you, whether it’s hiking, painting, or a social group, and make regular time for it.

Consider daily supplemental support with colloidal gold. Colloidal gold is reported to support mood, memory, energy, focus, hand-eye coordination, and more.

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