Mind your brain

Another post today for Brain Health Awareness Month! It’s an interesting article on why we should relax more, and how it benefits our thinking and our brain health.

Three types of mental downtime your brain needs

“Over the past decade, it has become clearer to many that being “on” 24/7/365 is not a recipe for success. Discussions about work-life balance and the need to take vacations are signs that we understand that getting away from work is important for mental and physical health…

One of the benefits of mindfulness meditation is that it can be quite effective at reducing stress. Making mindfulness exercises part of your normal routine can help. Other calming activities, like a massage, a quiet bath, or a long walk, can help too. Add one or more of these calming experiences to your daily routine.”

Read the full article here…

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