How To Get A Faster Brain!

As a business coach, I draw upon my speciality in neurology to address the need for optimal brain function. I encourage my clients to eat healthy, exercise regularly and use protective measure to ensure their thinking capacity stays peaked!

Imagine if you could think faster:

  • You’d be able to react to everyday situations more effectively
  • You’d be able to focus with less stress
  • You’d even be able to solve problems more easily
  • Plus, people who can think faster are, in practical terms, smarter — even if they weren’t born with a genius IQ.

The ability for your neurons (basic unit making up the good part of our nervous system) to communicate with each other at optimal speed and efficiency is very much dependent on chemicals known as neurotransmitters.

When it comes right down to it, your brain speed is governed by the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. Higher levels of this substance speed up your brain function. Lower levels are, not so coincidentally, found in those with Alzheimer’s.


Higher Levels of Acetylcholine = Faster Brain Function

The Solution

Nutrition plays a pivotal role.

  • First off, you can eat foods that are rich in choline, a B vitamin and key building block of acetylcholine. These foods include almonds, broccoli, eggs, fish, lean beef, liver, and peanut butter.
  • Certain supplements can also boost acetylcholine, including phosphatidylcholine, acetyl-L-carnitine, lecithin, phosphatidylserine, alpha-lipoic acid, and fish oil with omega-3 fats.
  • Studies also show that aerobic exercise, which increases your heart rate and gets your blood pumping, can also contribute to healthy levels of acetylcholine.
  • Plus, while resistance training doesn’t directly affect your acetylcholine levels, those people who maintain muscle strength are less likely to suffer from Alzheimer’s or other mental decline. So performing a variety of exercises in your routine is a key factor.
  • Lifestyle also plays an important role in preserving healthy levels of acetylcholine.
  • Spending time daily in a restful environment can help you restore low levels of the neurotransmitter. And certain types of entertainment such as TV shows or movies with violent of aggressive content can drain your precious acetylcholine supply. So you may want to avoid this type of programming.
  • Avoid environmental toxins, particularly pesticides, as they disrupt acetylcholine levels. And eat organic foods as much as possible.

For great information on brain health, I suggest subscribing to “The Mind Health Report”

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