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"Drinking more Water"

Staying hydrated before attempting brain exercises is believed to increase brain function and performance. As one of the most important organs in your body, the brain is estimated to be 85% water. As such, optimal brain function depends on water and lots of it. Water is what keeps the brain signals going as water gives the brain the electrical energy used in all brain functions, including through and memory processing. Brain cells need two times more energy than other cells in the body and water provides this energy more effectively than any other substance. When hydrated, you have more energy and when the brain is functioning on a full reserve of water, it will function at full capacity as you'll think better and faster receiving a boost in creativity. So we recommend you drink at least a cup of water as soon as you wake up to help start optimal brain function.

"Brain Buttons"

This exercise helps improve blood flow to the brain to switch on the entire brain. Place one hand over the navel. With fingertips of the other hand, rub the space between the first and second ribs (just under the collarbones) on either side of the sternum. Why? This exercise works by stimulating the vestibular system (via the solar plexus) and the upper hand stimulating the carotid baroreceptors (causing a mild parasympathetic shift)

"Deep Breathing"

Oxygen is essential to maintaining normal brain function. Deep breathing can be an important coping skill to learn. Although the brain represents only 2% of the body weight, it receives 15% of the cardiac output, and 20% of total body oxygen consumption. Natural breathing involves your diaphragm, a large muscle in your abdomen. When you breathe in, your belly should expand. When you breathe out, your belly should fall. Overtime, people forget how to breathe this way and instead use their chest and shoulders. This causes short and shallow breaths, which can increase stress and anxiety.


Brain exercise is designed to help people of all ages master the mechanics of learning through a series of
       movements. It is associated with learning, rather than the mental, and uses the body through which the peoples
       learning ability can be enhanced. It is also developed to increase relaxation and improve circulation for people.
       It could help to avoid stress and coordinate between the left and right hemispheres.

No equipment is necessary.

An effective non-verbal.

Useful and practical with diverse multi-cultural groups.

Suitable for those with physical disabilities.

Used by all age of people without special needs. Children have fun to learn easily.

It improves listening, reading skills, concentration, and memory with resulting higher academic achievement

It improves blood flow & balance, better oxygenation and a healthier physiology for elder people.