Ways To Regenerate Brain Cells
Reports suggest that our brain cells can be regenerated by engaging in some of the activities listed below. Regeneration of cells is pivotal for better memory, productivity, enhanced performance and alertness.
Lets look at how we can regenerate brain cells:
Exercise. We can foster new brain cell growth through regular endurance exercise, such as jogging.
Indulge in Dark Chocolate.
Keep Yourself Engaged.
Eat Omega-3 Fatty Acids.
Drink Green Tea. Specifically, the compound epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) found in green tea is the element which has been linked to the growth of new brain cells.
Listen to Music
Expose Yourself to Sunlight. When your body is exposed to natural sunlight, it produces Vitamin D. Vitamin D increases levels of BDNF in the brain — as was previously mentioned, BDNF promotes neurogenesis.
Intermittent Fasting. Dr. Thuret explains that she eats every other day. On the days in which she fasts she’ll grab a big latte and then maybe later an apple and a cereal bar. The other days she eats normally. She explains that when you fast intermittently you’re mildly stressing your brain, and it’s likely that this leads to an increase in neurons so you can search for food more efficiently.