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Exercise And Food For Focus

I thought it was about time to excerpt something useful about exercise and food for focus, and here’s an article combining the two. It is widely known that exercise is beneficial for your brain as well as all for your all other vital organs, as is eating the correct types of food. I believe having a sound knowledge of nutrition is essential in maintaining a healthy lifestyle, both for your brain and for your health as a whole. This is an excerpt from Yeshiva World which at first glance may seem a little behind, but it contains some very useful reminders as to the effects of exercise and nutrition on your brain.

Exercise For Focus Exercise also helps the brain in other ways such as cognitive functions. Children who engage in aerobic exercise score higher on tests, says Dr. Charles H. Hillman at the University of Illinois at Urbana. In addition, he also discovered that aerobic exercise not only increases the levels of serotonin and dopamine, but also actually increases the size of your brain, particularly the hippocampus, which is the part of your brain that controls emotion. Also, it seems that exercise allows the brain to retrieve latent memories.

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Looking at the nutrition side of this equation, we know that just like poor eating can harm normal blood circulation to your heart, the same is true of the brain. The better blood flow is up to your brain, the more oxygen and nutrients are available in order to sustain itself. Therefore, an eating program that is vegetable and fruit dense and low in trans fats and saturated fats, and yet includes monounsaturated healthy fats will help keep your arteries from clogging.

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I named this article exercise and food for focus, to tailor it for this website. There is no mention of focus in the article but ultimately it’s all related. If both exercise and eating the correct types of food are essential for your brain, then we can surely deduce from this article alone, that the right combination of the two will help to focus too. There are plenty of other articles on both subjects on this site under the categories of Exercise For Focus and Food For Focus which support this.

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