How To Train Your Brain With Games And Indoor Activities

What if your brain has more capabilities than you know? Do you know that you can improve the cognitive performance of your brain with brain training? CogniFit offers a wide range of digital solutions for measuring and efficiently training cognitive skills.

Have you ever thought of training your brain in some other way rather than taking the pill? Training of the brain has become more feasible using a technique now neurofeedback.  This technique allows you to change the way your brain functions by responding to personalised feedback about how your brain works naturally.

This approach has been used to work for children struggling with neurological or psychiatric disorders, such as those diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and those who have difficulty focusing their brains. With brain games, where there are digital tools to access and train your cognitive skills and your brain plasticity.

There have been many apps built for this purpose. These apps can be easily installed on smartphones and gadgets and promise to help enhance memory and other cognitive functions of the brain. The only issue that comes with this application is the lack of evidence.

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While many apps have been claimed to have helped improve brain functions, most of them are often exaggerated. And even despite all of this some apps built to train the brain have been said to produce some significant changes in the users’ brains.

However, the other ways in which you can train your brain are by undergoing new experiences, opening yourself up and spending your time on activities that would offer an additional boost to your health and well-being.

There are so many exercises to train your brain with and we shall discuss some of them below.

  • Aerobic exercise. Routine aerobic exercise would help you boost blood flow to your brain and also the size of your hippocampus. This is the part of your brain that is responsible for verbal memory and learning.
  • Weight training. Studies have shown that undergoing months of strength training can help prevent the shrinkage of the hippocampus in older adults. This is because, when you lift weights, you are most time focused on your form and the moves you are currently performing. These exercises would inform exercise the neural circuits in your brain.
  • Yoga. Yoga is to do with you concentrating on creating different moves and skills.
  • Tai chi is known to help increase the activity of the prefrontal cortex, which is the part of the brain responsible for higher-level thinking. Taichi can help improve reasoning, planning, and memory among older adults without any evidence of significant cognitive impairment.
  • Dancing also has been found to help with brain activity.