Why It's Important to Train Our Brains
For as much as we believe we train our brains and give them a good workout, we seldom
actually do it on a regular basis. In most cases, our brains are not used in a balanced way.
We're creatures of habit. We find a way to do things that we consider comfortable and we
seldom change our ways.
Many of the physical activities we perform each day are done with one side of our body, without
even giving it much though. If we're not giving something much thought, we're not exercising or
training our brains.
We also get very set in the way we feel emotionally about things or people, which does not give
our brains much stimulation or cause for thought. These are not things we consciously set out to
do in our lives but rather habits that have developed because of the way our brains function,
mostly because of genetics. For instance, it's not our choice to be right handed. It just happens
that way, and we seldom give it much thought.
We are also the result of year's old biological factors that affect our skills, moods and social
habits. Our brains and brain functions are also the result of our culture and upbringing. Although
many of us argue the old nature versus nurture theory, studies indicate that training our brains
to be more active can play an important role in how we act, feel and how successful we are in
It makes sense that someone that works at solving word or mathematical problems every day is
going to have more brain activity than someone does that sleeps half the day and watches
cartoons the other half. The more we work our brains, the better our brains are going to work for
While there's a strong belief that brain training is beneficial for individuals that may suffer from
poor memory or lack of concentration, brain training is actually recommended for anyone with a
brain. Our brains needs steady stimulation to become motivated to work for us in the way we
need it to work.
Brain training has been used for patients with learning disabilities, insomnia, cognitive
impairment, traumatic brain injury, attention deficit and more. It's been known to help people
improve their focus and concentration.
Brain training therapists feel that brain training exercises are highly beneficial in keeping our
brains young and healthy.
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