Brain Training Power Brain by Robert Capital
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Brain Training Power Brain by Robert Capital

Brain Training Power Brain Secret Techniques to Improve Memory, Focus, and Concentration by Robert Capital | PDF Free Download.

Brain Training Contents

  • Chapter 1: Memory Myths
  • Chapter 2: Memory Improvement Tips
  • Chapter 3: Brain Fog
  • Chapter 4: Tips to Improve Focus
  • Chapter 5: Unorthodox Brain Exercises
  • Chapter 6: Effective Learning Skills
  • Conclusion

Introduction to Brain Training Power Brain PDF

First of all, thank you for choosing this book, “Brain Training”. As early as a few decades ago, it was believed that brain function peaked in a person’s early adulthood and then started declining slowly, giving rise to brain fog and memory lapses.

Now we know that’s not the case, thanks to the extensive research in the area. But even with that reassurance, we can’t stop cognitive decline.

This is mainly because of our unhealthy lifestyles and our exposure to toxins, combined with a lack of sleep.

A poor lifestyle leads to loss of brainpower. And conversely, a healthy lifestyle leads to improvement in brain function. In this book, let me take you through a myriad of brain training tips and exercises. Using them will help you improve your brain function gradually and stop cognitive decline. So let’s get started, shall we?

As we’ve already established, your memory is not a thing. Memory is not even about ability really, so trust me when I tell you that nobody is forever stuck with a bad memory unless they have a health issue.

Some people naturally have a great memory, while others tend to struggle. But that, in no way, implies that they have to continue to do so for the rest of their lives. The memory skills that one picks up are much more important than any natural difference in memory.

Say, you have two boxes, one large and one small, and you put index cards into them. The difference is that in the small box, you put cards in neat, alphabetical order, whereas in the large box, you just throw them in haphazardly.

If you are asked to find a particular box in both the boxes, in which case do you think you’ll find the said card faster? The smaller one, obviously.

It’s the same with memory. One person may have a bigger box (natural memory), but if the information is not organized and good memory skills are not used, they won’t necessarily have an easier time remembering things.

So don’t, even for a second, believe that you’re forever stuck with a bad memory. It will only stop you from trying, which is the worst thing you can do. You can always improve your memory

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