Meditation

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Many people think of meditation as a means of relaxation, but it is also a wonderful time to exercise your brain and strengthen your own cognitive powers. Not only does meditation help reduce oxidative stress and flood the brain with beneficial neurotransmitters, but it also increases circulation, which can stimulate blood flow to the areas of the brain related to memory and focus. Research has shown improved memory, mood, stress levels and overall cognition in those who regularly practice meditation. While you may need a guide to start you on the meditative path, it will be worth it in the long run.

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