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Your Brain Gets Tired?


Feeling lethargic, numb or confused is not new or shocking for anyone who works a 9 to 5 job. It is safe to say that 99.99% of people must have had this experience. It tells that your brain is exhausted. And if you don’t do anything about it, not only the tiring brain will impact your emotion, but it will also affect the efficiency of your work.

So whenever you feel that your brain is blocked and you run out of new ideas, don’t just ignore it. Take care of it!

Start with drinking plenty of water because it will help with the chemical balance in your brain and nerve system as well as refreshing and energizing your body. A drink of water not only helps when you’re tired, but it also ebbs your sleepiness and stress. It is a good idea to always have a glass of water on your desk and drink it frequently.

Now it’s time for some simple brain exercises by :

- Writing number 8 in the air. Start writing from the left side of the number and drag the line until it completes. It is recommended to exercise both of your hands, five times each. This method helps coordinate each side of the brain to work together better, causing your reading and comprehension skills to be more effective.

- Writing zigzag lines simultaneously with both hands so that both sides of your brain can function at the same time. This will allow them to better work synchronically. It also helps with better spelling and faster calculation.

 - Massaging your ears to stimulate the nerves by touching both ears with both hands at the same time and moving your fingers towards the top part of external ears. Then start massaging and pulling your ears gently and make your way down to the earlobes and start over from the beginning. This will help better your hearing because massaging your ears helps relax the nerves that link to your brain.

 - Pressing the sore spot on your forehead. This can be done by using your index and
middle fingers of both hands to gently press the spot between the middle of your eyebrows and hairline. Hold it for 3-10 minutes. This is a way to loosen up and relax, and improve blood circulation.

These are some of the simplest ways to exercise your brain in office, classroom, or even in the car. Whenever you feel exhausted, stop and try these exercises and you will see that the rest for a tired brain is at your fingertips.

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