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6 Ways To Improve Brain Health As You Age

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Have you ever walked into a room – and forgot what you went in to get? Ran into someone you haven’t seen lately – and can’t recall their name? Misplaced your glasses or your house keys? As we grow older, our brain’s processing speed slows down causing memory loss and problems with retaining new information. Follow these simple 6 steps and ... Read More »

5 Supplements To Boost Brain Power

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In our pursuit of optimized lives, the use of supplements may appear to offer a shortcut to that lofty goal. Although popping pills is surely not a suitable replacement for a healthy diet, there are some supplements and extracts that are known to provide key nutrients that can assist your body and mind in performing to their peak potential when ... Read More »

One Trick For Higher Intelligence

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It’s long been perceived that smarter people process information more quickly; however, such a theory has never been proven. Instead, scientists are now observing that people with higher IQs have the ability to weed out irrelevant data and focus on the key issues. They’re not necessarily thinking faster, just more efficiently. A team of researchers conducted a simple visual exercise. ... Read More »

5 Facts About Neuroplasticity

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Not long ago, it was believed that your brain stopped growing when you reached adulthood. Research has proven this to be untrue. The theory developed is referred to as neuroplasticity. Fundamentally (and fortunately) this means that our brains continue to grow throughout our lives. The brain’s incredible capability to constantly organize and reorganize information by forming new and strong connections ... Read More »

Genius Minds On “Drugs”?

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For every genius and visionary, there are countless theories for why they are who they are and why their brainpower is so much greater than that of the average person. Recently, there has been increased interest in a hypothesis that posits that there is a link between cerebral aptitude and recreational drug use. Whether there is an actual link will ... Read More »