Information hits most of us like a tidal wave in our computerized society, leaving many feeling overwhelmed and confused as they try to determine what needs attention. Demands on our time seem to be increasing as well, and the best way to sort through it all is by having mental clarity and focus (and being sure to balance it out with some fun!).
In an effort to support our brain power and focus, many people turn to herbs and brain supplements.
People have been using herbs for both physical and emotional complaints as far back as we can find records. Some have been proven unreliable, but others appear to help our brain activity.
Find out more about supplements to support your brain: Clinically Proven Herbs and Supplements for Maximum Brain Power
According to Dr. John Douillard (3 Ways to Boost Brain Function), our brains shrink with age. Some of the factors that contribute to this shrinkage are items that are under your control:
Decreasing the amount of sugar and refine carbohydrates in your diet and increasing the amount of B12 and Omega-3 fatty acids – either through food sources or supplementation – could help to reduce this trend.
It is easier to keep your brain healthy than it is to recover from neglect! Whether you choose to support your brain with supplements or food sources, make sure you are giving it all the nutrition that it needs.
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