Taking care of your noggin...

Uncategorized Sep 30, 2018

We hear about how importance of body strength, your heart, your gut biome, or your liver are to living a healthy life.  But what about taking care of your brain?

Mood, IQ, and decision making are all impacted by brain health.  Besides the obvious don't get hit in the head, what else can we do to make sure our brain is healthy for our families, businesses, and ourselves?

Here are five ideas I use, borrowed from Dr. Daniel Amen and other studies, to take care of my head.  As always, please check with your health professional team before making big changes to your life.

  1. Sleep - Try to get 7-9 hrs/night
  2. H2O - Try to drink 3-5 liters a day
  3. O2 - Try breathing exercises, like Yoga or diaphragm breathing each day
  4. Movement - Maintain a healthy, strong body with exercise, stretching and movement each day
  5. Food and nutrition - Avoid excessive caffeine, alcohol, and processed foods.    

If you felt less fatigued, made better decisions, had better creativity in your business, how would your business change?

Try these or a few other ideas to help your brain health, and see if things change for you at all.


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Vitamin supplement recommended Dr. Amen:

Dr. Amen is a psychiatrist who has done tons of clinical research mapping behaviors to brain scans.  I believe some of that research went into his multi-vitamin he suggests for general brain health.

I'm not affiliated with this product, full disclosure.  I notice a difference in my mood, energy, and thinking when I am taking these regularly.  If you are interested in what vitamins are included, or on trying it yourself check out the power brain supplements at the link below.



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