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Keep Your Brain Sharp for National Train Your Brain Day!

Keep Your Brain Sharp for National Train Your Brain Day

Learn how to work your brain on National Train Your Brain Day!

The mind is a powerful thing. It assists us in living our day to day existences as well as remembering vital information. That’s why we think it’s important to keep our minds sharp. We can exercise our brains to actually help keep them healthy on National Train Your Brain Day. Check out these ways that we can help keep our brains healthy.

Test Our Memory.

When it comes to training our brains, improving memory is key! We can find little ways to test our memories. We’d like to suggest something as simple and mundane as creating our grocery list and remembering all the items that we need, or perhaps when we meet new people at a party, we can make a conscious effort to remember the names of everyone we met. These are a few simple suggestions that can boost our brain skills.  Something simple that we’re particularly fond of is doing math manually.  In other words, not using our phones or our tablets to do the addition or subtraction, do it the old fashioned way, write it down and do the arithmetic with our brains!

Keep On Learning.

At the Maria Sanchez Show, we’re big fans of learning new things – so much so I’m in graduate school getting my Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology! Let me tell you, it’s been a wild ride, but ultimately so incredibly rewarding.  But, it’s also a great way to train your brain. When we learn new things, like how to play an instrument or how to speak a foreign language, we actually change how our brain thinks so that we’re best able to keep our brains sharp.

Exercise your critical thinking skills today on National Train Your Brain Day and listen to The Maria Sanchez Show. Don’t forget to check out our latest program, Shadow Politics with Senator Michael D. Brown. Tune in on Sundays at 4:00 p.m. PDT/7:00 p.m. EDT.

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