The 5 Best Ways to Take Care of Your Brain
Your brain is the most complex machine in the universe.
No one knows exactly how complex the brain is, but scientists estimate you have more neurons in your brain than there are stars in the Milky Way Galaxy.
Just like you’d protect a smartphone, tablet or laptop (which are far less precious), it’s vitally important that you do everything possible to protect the powerful processor between your ears.
There are many practical ways you can safeguard your brain, like wearing a seat belt when you’re in a car and a helmet while riding a bike. Though such tips would seem to be no-brainers, it’s amazing how many people fail to put their brain first as they go about their daily life.
If you don’t protect your brain, you put yourself at great risk. However, if you take care of your brain, it will take care of you. One of the best ways you can care for your brain is by taking healthy, high-potency supplements.
And don’t worry, your days of fussing with bottles or a weekly vitamin organizer are over. BrainMD offers ultra-pure, brain-directed supplements in a convenient packet. We’ve developed 2 unique supplement packet options to fit your on-the-go lifestyle:
Brain & Body Power
Brain & Body Power is a superior supplement system that was designed for essential everyday performance. It’s a powerful daily regimen of 3 essential supplements for brain, memory, and body health. Plus, you’ll save up to $50 compared to buying them all individually!
Each packet contains:
Brain and Memory Power Boost (2 capsules)
Our bestselling, brain-boosting formula provides potent ingredients to support the brain’s energy, connectivity, and memory performance.
NeuroVite Plus (2 capsules)
This powerful combination of 50 vitamins, minerals and plant extracts (all in their most active forms for optimal bioavailability) is foundational to your supplement regimen.
Omega-3 Power (1 capsule)
Omega-3 Power provides a high dose of omega-3 fatty acids and is unique in that it is screened for over 250 potential contaminants to ensure maximum purity.
Here’s what others are saying about Brain & Body Power:
“I noticed a difference over a short period of time in my ability to recall information and mental clarity. I’m also overall in a better mood when taking these vitamins.” -Tim
Brain & Body Power Max
Brain & Body Power Max contains the same supplements found in Brain & Body Power but adds more capsules for larger doses of the nutrients you need to maintain an active lifestyle. Brain & Body Power Max is recommended for those who are interested in a truly powerful dietary supplement for their brains with added memory support. It provides your brain and the rest of your body with amino acids, vitamins, minerals, botanical extracts and neuro-nutrients – all at advanced levels.
Each packet contains:
Brain and Memory Power Boost (3 capsules)
This brain-boosting formula will provide you with an all-star lineup of high-quality ingredients to promote your mental sharpness, so you can think fast on your feet all day.
NeuroVite Plus (2 capsules)
NeuroVite Plus is the only source of Dr. Daniel Amen’s proprietary Brain Boosting Blend of brain-supporting nutrients.
Omega-3 Power (2 capsules)
Healthy brains and hearts require plenty of omega-3s to operate at peak performance, and Omega-3 Power is an excellent way to get them at a much higher potency than standard fish oil products.
Here’s what others are saying about Brain & Body Power Max:
“This is a great product. I love the pre packaged convenience of all the nutrients my body needs. I appreciate having a pure product without extra fillers. My overall health and well being feels more balanced than ever since taking Brain and Body Power Max!” -Donna
In addition to quality supplements, here are 5 of the best ways to take care of your brain:
5 Tips for Taking Care of Your Brain
Drink More Water
Every system in the human body needs water to function. Your brain is 80% water, so avoid anything that dehydrates it – such as caffeine or alcohol. Being dehydrated by just 2% impairs performance in tasks that require attention, immediate memory skills, and physical performance.
Get Regular Exercise
Physical activity is perhaps the single most important thing you can do to keep your brain healthy. Exercise can boost blood flow and other positive nutrients to the brain, increase your levels of dopamine and generate new brain cells that can help the brain self-regulate and calm down. Walking can help you clear your mind, decrease anxious feelings, improve your mood and burn some calories all at the same time.
Eat a Healthy Diet
Proper nutrition is essential to peak brain function. A healthy diet includes lean protein, fruits, vegetables, nuts and healthy fats such as olive oil. It’s recommended that you eat 9 servings of fruits and vegetables every day. To help with your meal planning, there are many healthy and delicious recipes in the Brain Warrior’s Way Cookbook.
Getting at least 7 hours of sleep a night has been shown to help your brain function at optimal levels. When you don’t get enough sleep, you have overall decreased blood flow to your brain, which disrupts thinking, memory, and concentration.
From time to time, all of us need to recharge our batteries and self-care is key to physical and mental health. Learning how to counteract stress and calm your body helps your brain work better, puts you in a better mood, reduces blood pressure, and protects you from disease.
At BrainMD, we’re dedicated to providing the highest purity nutrients to give you the focus and energy you need to do the things you love most in life. For our full list of supplements, visit us at BrainMD.
Keith is grateful to have the opportunity to write about supplements since many of them have made a dramatic difference in his life. He is often heard around the office saying, “We have supplements for that.”
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