Most of us do so many things to take care of our body, such as eating right, exercising and daily hygiene routines (e.g. brushing our teeth).
But do we do the same for our brain?
After all, it plays a major role in everything our body does.
Isn’t it time we started taking better care of our brain?
A healthy brain affects our mood which affects our state of mind which affects our results.
There are many ways to look after your brain, one useful method is strangely one many people know little about.
In short, I’m talking about meditation.
Meditation has been scientifically shown to improve:
1. Sleep 
2. Memory 
3. Focus 
4. Problem-Solving Skills 
5. Creativity 
6. Assist in re-wiring Bad Habits 
Who Is Meditation For?
1. Leading Executives use meditation to improve decision making ability.
2. Artists use it to unlock the creative centres of the brain.
3. Students use it to improve their focus and concentration while studying.
4. Athletes use it to enter the Peak Performance State or “Zone”.
5. Mothers have found it improves their ability to bond with their children.
6. People have found it helps with ADD, ADHD, OCD, Bi-Polar and other challenges.
7. Former addicts use it to experience a natural high without the usual negative side effects.
And nature-lovers report it improves their connection to the natural world around them.
Here’s the thing though, to experience meditation benefits used to take years of practice and dedication, now, thanks to the latest in brainwave technology, we can experience these benefits by simply putting on a pair of headphones and pressing “Play”.
The Science behind the audio technology is rather sophisticated, the most important thing is that it works and quickly.
People have reported increases in relaxation and decreased stress levels in as little as 8 minutes.
For those who prefer hard scientific evidence, you may like to check out these studies.
While meditation is not a silver bullet that suddenly makes life easy, it does better equip us to deal with the challenges that day-to-day living throws our way.
Now thanks to the latest in audio technology, you can experience first-hand the benefits of meditation enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of people around the world. It’s a simple, lazy way to have a calm, clear mind.
You may well be surprised by the results.
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What do you do to take care of your brain? Please share below?
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 Meditation Effects on Cognitive Function and Cerebral Blood Flow In Subjects with Memory Loss: A Preliminary Study; http://iospress.metapress.com/content/348434040g6w4617/
 Meditation helps increase attention span; July 16, 2010; http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/07/100714121737.htm
 Teaching Students How to Meditate Can Improve Level of Consciousness and Problem Solving Ability; http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877042812053803
 Mindful creativity: the influence of mindfulness meditation on creative thinking; http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3887545/
 Eight weeks to a better brain; http://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2011/01/eight-weeks-to-a-better-brain/