The Secret of Brain Health

The Secret to Brain Health

One of the ways to keep our brain active and healthy is to train the muscles of the brain. The leading experts in neuroscience advise that it is important to stimulate and train the way our brain works by engaging in a variety of activities on a daily basis. Let us introduce a few feasible ways you can try in routine.

  1. When taking snacks, choose selectively for brain-health.

△almonds, walnuts, walnut oil △ blueberries, pears, apples, oranges, cantaloupe △ curry and red wine △ fish △ pork and peanuts △ broccoli △ top rolled oats △ cinnamon △Chinese club moss △ Gotu Kola tea △ sodium-free salt.

Instead of taking sweets with high glycemic indices such as candy, chocolates, take fresh fruits like pears, apples, oranges and melons to minimize a sudden surge in blood sugar levels. In so doing, you will also be able to supply plentiful amounts of antioxidant substances and fibers, which can help eliminate plaques in the blood vessels such that the blood flow to your brain will be smooth. By keeping the major arteries to the brain in their optimal conditions, we can facilitate the blood flow to the brain, thus the cellular activities of the brain will be much enhanced

Eleotin® Neuro Health is one of those foods that improve brain health. It is not a drug. It is a safe food that is effective in making your brain healthier. It does so in 2 ways. First, it decreases insulin resistance of the cells throughout the body by normalizing the metabolic ability. Secondly, it also helps rid of the plaques accumulated within the carotid arteries so that it can facilitate the blood flow to the brain.

  1. Eat selectively by choosing brain-healthy foods.

Most people enjoy the crunchy texture of croutons when they eat salads, however, if you put pieces of walnuts instead, you will be able to ingest a high amount of Omega 3. Omega 3 is known to calm people down by alleviating anger, which can result in brain cell damage. It is also involved in the secretion of melatonin, which is essential in improving brain health. As well, Omega 3 will smooth the blood flow to the brain that it will ensure there is an enough amount of oxygen in your brain. You can expect the same effect by having walnut oil instead of olive oil when cooking.

The antioxidant substances included in red wine are known to prevent brain cell damages. Two glasses of red wine a week for women, and three glasses for men are usually recommended. That said, you should remember any amount more than that can cause increased absorption of Thiamine so that your brain will be at risk of having undernutrition. Needless to say, if you drink intolerable amounts of red wine, the risk of damaging the brain will be serious. The MRI results of the alcoholics not only indicate the overall volume of the brain being decreased, but also many dead areas within the brain. Thus, we should definitely avoid becoming drug addicts and alcoholics at all costs.

Pork and peanuts contain plenty of Thiamine so that they can help prevent brain damage. Folic acid which is contained in broccoli, is known to be actively involved in the neural functioning of the central nervous system.

Oatmeal is known to remove the plaques within the cerebral artery, and cinnamon is known to help regulate blood glucose level. As a result, neural communications can be enhanced by the combined chemical effects caused by the two.

Curry is known for its anti-aging effect just as red wine, so that it can prevent brain cell damage.

Fish in general is known to be a healthful food source. However, we must be cautious about the possibility of heavy metal poisoning. We need to be careful about their origins when purchasing them. Try to consume fish like salmons and sardines as often as you can, for they are well known for their health benefits for heart and brain.

According to recent research, cutting down the intake of salt will facilitate the blood flow to the brain.

Eleotin® Neuro Health is a natural health supplement that contains a variety of the nutritional ingredients that are necessary to sustain brain health. Since it is 100% natural, it is absolutely free of overdose problems. It is safe to anybody regardless of sex and age.

  1. Move your body: walk, dance, and shake!

Basic moving activities like walking can reduce your blood sugar. This increases the fresh blood flow to your brain, and enables you to think more clearly as a result. Learning to do things your body is not used to, like dancing, also helps your brain to form new neural connections crucial to preventing Alzheimer’s. You could also simply bounce your knees and shake your limbs to stimulate blood circulation.

  1. Enjoy playing games.

One of many ways to train your brain would also involve playing a variety of games. However, once you get used to the pattern of a game, your brain will no longer be challenged by the same repeated stimuli. In such a case, you will have to switch to a whole new experience. If you are done with one type of word puzzles then, move on to another type. If you mastered a game that involves numerical data, then challenge yourself with one with graphical contents.

It is not always best to ban your children from playing video games. Many newly developed video games can actually provide good stimuli for the brain. Playing such video games will help develop new networks among the neurons and thus improve response rates to time and memory.

That said, it is important for children to keep a balance between playing video games and engaging in physical activities. Physical activities alone will not help control emotional challenges, thus decreasing their academic performance as well as concentration. Just remember to play games in conjunction with physical activities.

  1. Send your brain to boot camp.

Push your brain to new frontiers. Prevent brain atrophy by forming new neural pathways. Challenge yourself by taking classes, learning new languages and musical instruments, and playing new videogames. Playing musical instruments in particular has been shown to lower dementia risks.

Eleotin® Neuro Health focuses on improving the way your brain functions. You can expect a smooth restoration of your brain’s overall health. By regularly using Eleotin® Neuro Health, you can improve both your body and brain activities in a balanced way.

  1. Be as popular as you can, and work to stay that way.

Challenging oneself as well as others in a friendly manner can also be good for your brain. Debate (in a friendly way) current issues with friends and family, or join a book club. Interacting with other people intellectually can reduce stress and prevent memory depletion, and can also reduce depression, which affects memory.

‘Grumpy’ people who are overly argumentative, or get angry too easily because they can’t control their emotions may actually be suffering from insulin resistance. By treating insulin resistance, we can even expect Eleotin® Neuro Health to help restore a calm and stable personality. (For information about Eleotin® Neuro Health, visit the website at

  1. Turn off the TV, turn on the radio.

Watching too much TV dulls the brain. You already knew that. But replacing TV programs with music can lower stress hormones, and increase feelings of well-being. This all improves memory and memory focus as well.

  1. Sleep well.

Getting a good sleep is crucial for brain health. Sleep is when your brain consolidates memories, and even taking a 30 minute nap can boost your concentration and memory. You may want to buy a good bed. You spend one third of your life in your bed. It will be worth it to invest to enhance your sleep quality and quantity.

  1. Check your neck.

Ask your doctor to check your carotid artery and your thyroid gland. Both are in your neck. A clot in the carotid artery can block blood and oxygen from reaching your brain, and can stunt your memory.

Hormonal irregularities may be your body’s internal system reflection of its physical damage. Eleotin® Neuro Health improves your internal system’s metabolic functions. It can bring glands to secrete hormones properly, restoring the balanced hormonal state of your body.

  1. Check your meds.

It could be your medications, not your brain health, that’s harming your memory. Certain anti-depressants, anti-diuretics, and antihistamines make brain chemicals less efficient. So ask your doctor about switching medications.

  1. Make healthy habits.

Simple habits can significantly improve your brain health. Placing calendars around the house, for example, can improve your focus. Meditating can also reduce cortisol, and feelings like depression and anxiety which can make you lose your focus. A simple form of meditation is to silently say a calming word whenever you sense your mind wandering.

  1. Join a book club.

Pick up a good book to cut down on brain-withering boredom. Frequent reading can reduce your risks of dementia. Meeting new people to discuss a book forces you to make new neural connections. Besides, you might enjoy the book.

  1. Bear some weight.

Adding a little strength training to your daily walks can help protect brain cells from the damage inflicted by free radicals. The extra weights can also encourage new brain-cell growth. So strap on some weights to your ankles or wrists before you go for a walk.

  1. Savor a sensory experience.

Those with the best memories take advantage of all their senses. That’s because memorization is a cohesive brain effort. So head to the garden or the kitchen and take in the sights, smells, sounds, tastes, and sensations.

  1. Take an afternoon catnap.

Getting a good sleep is crucial to keeping your memories. Sleep is when your brain consolidates memories, and even taking a 30 minute nap can boost your concentration and memory. But make sure to also get a good night’s sleep. Otherwise, your body won’t be able to produce components like protein that give your brain the boost it needs. If you have trouble sleeping, try sniffing scents like vanilla. This will help you fall asleep by raising the dopamine level in your body, while reducing the stress causing cortisol.
Good sleep is essential for a health brain. A healthy brain helps you get good sleep. An improvement in one will help the other. One of the herbs used in Eleotin® Neuro Health calms you down, and also enables you to sleep.

  1. Switch hands.

It may be uncomfortable, but wiriting or using computer mouse with your non-dominant hand activates parts of the brain that aren’t easily triggered. Anything that requires the brain to pay close attention to a formerly automatic behavior will stimulate brain-cell growth.

  1. Have a chat.

A lack of activity can decrease brain-cell formation. So instead of popping in another movie rental, pick up the phone. Talking with someone else not only gets you out of your rut, but the socializing can also reduce potentially memory-sapping depression.

  1. Make good use of calendar.

Check the calendar as frequently as you can, and try to follow what is planned ahead. Keeping such habit will help you improve your memory. But keep in mind that memorizing such complicated schedule itself does not help much.