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7 Ways to Naturally Improve Your Brain Health and Memory


As you age, your body changes and so is the brain. There are certain things which will help you to improve your brain health and slow the memory decline, lowering the risk of brain diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia. Maintaining good health of the brain is crucial for the overall well-being, to prevent mental illness, endocrine disorders and other medical conditions.

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1. Stay well hydrated and breathe

In order to support your brain, you need to stay well hydrated. If you experience headaches, brain fog or dizziness in the afternoon, it could be a sign that you didn’t get enough water during the day. You need even more water if you work on a computer and sit all day in an office. Breathing is also important as if your breathing is too shallow, the oxygen reaching the brain might not be enough, try to breathe in a calm manner or do some breathing exercises for several minutes daily. 

2. Get enough sleep 

The body is recovering when you sleep and that applies for the brain even more. This is the only time when the brain should have some rest from processing all this information coming from the outside world. Also all the toxins and cellular metabolic waste is taken out of the brain and into the bloodstream to get rid off later on. In order to feel energized and motivated in the morning, you need to have enough and quality sleep during the night. There are ways to set a sleeping routine and improve the quality of your sleep. Seven to eight hours of consecutive sleep will give your brain the time to recover and to store your memories properly. 

3.Exercise regularly 

Staying active and exercising regularly is very beneficial for the brain. The moderate movements like low intensity exercises, walking, swimming etc., will improve the blood flow to the brain, will tone all the muscles in the body and will support cardiovascular health. Research shows that regular exercising keeps good coordination and improves cognitive health in patients, lowering the risks of mental and brain diseases. It will boost your mood and induce the production of some hormones which will prevent depression and anxiety. 

4. Learn new things – stay mentally active

Never stop learning new things if you want your brain to be healthy and young. In most cases, the mentally active people are protected from dementia as the brain is engaged in learning new skills and creating new neural pathways. Even reading books is a hobby that will keep your brain engaged and will improve your brain health. It is not necessary to go to school or university in order to learn and study, you can always find a way to read and practice new things and skills. Dancing, cooking, drawing and playing a musical instrument are activities which engage many parts of your brain, practicing them will literally tone your brain and they are fun too.

5. Stronger blood vessels and balanced hormones – cold laser therapy

The blood vessels of young people are clean and flexible and the condition of the blood vessels in the body is directly connected to your brain health. There is a way to support the cardiovascular system without taking medications by applying cold laser therapy like coMra. This method of alternative treatment is totally safe and can be used as a pain relief, a healing method or prevention. In the coMra user guide, you will see Universal Treatment Protocol 1 – Head which is designed to directly support the brain and Universal Treatment 3 – Blood for the cardiovascular system. Applying them 3 times per week as a prevention or daily if you experience a medical condition, will induce the healing processes in your brain. 

6. A balanced diet 

Of course, in order to be healthy, you will need a balanced and nutritious diet. All the processed foods, sweets, deep fried foods and trans fats are not good for your brain. The more additives and preservatives your food has, the more your brain will be affected by all these various chemicals coming from outside. Your brain needs good fats, enough proteins, lots of fresh fruits and vegetables, lots of water and fresh air. 

7. Stay connected to friends and social support groups

It is known that people who live alone are more prone to develop brain disease and mental illnesses. That is why it is very beneficial for your brain to stay socially involved, to keep the communication with close friends and loved ones, to turn towards social support groups. The more connected to people you are, the less depressed and stressed you will feel. The most important thing here, the communicate with them to bring joy and peace to your mind and not stress and worry. Enjoy life and laugh more as that is the best remedy.

To start using coMra, first search your health issue in the coMra User Guide. If you can find it, start applying the relevant to it treatment protocol. If you do not find it, start with coMra Universal 3 and coMra Universal 5 protocols. If you have questions and need support by an expert, please contact us.

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