This community is a place where members who are age 50 and older can find information and support pertaining to memory, problem solving, language skills and brain games. Additional topics for discussion include nutrition, supplements and fitness as they relate to brain health.
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It is good that you have started brain health section. It will help many people to help themselves.
Incidentally I remember one technique to freshen the brain. It is known as super-brain yoga.
It is sit up exercise, with two differences. One is you have to pinch earlobes with thumbs and index finger.Thumb in the front. Second difference is you have to curl your tongue to touch the roof of the mouth.Wile going down breath in and while coming up, breath out. If one does such sit-ups 15 times, it would be a good stimulation to brain. Benefits of sit-up exercise is well known. I am doing it since last one month.I am 82. It is well tolerated. It is worth trial.Thanks.
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