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How to train your brain to keep it fit! [Biology]
posted March 14 2013 22:50.31 by Giorgos Lazaridis




As it seems, brain training should be in our daily agenda. Similar to the body training, brain training should be taken into steps, starting from simple exercises. And most important, learn always new things! Practicing and perfecting only one brain exercise may be good in the beginning, but in the long term it doesn't have much to offer to your brain. If you run 5km for exercise every day, after some time it won't have offer much to your body...

Watch this video and see how you can train your brain and keep it fit!



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