FEED YOUR BRAIN
When you workout physically, your body requires more
nourishment for the repair and rebuilding of your cells. Likewise, when you put your brain
through mental workouts, it's going to require more nourishment. Your brain cells like the
rest of the cells in your body need nourishment to survive.
An adult brain weighs only about two and three quarter pounds and is about the size of a
softball, yet it consumes up to 25% of the blood's oxygen to supply the energy it needs to
do its tasks. At any given time, 20% of the circulating blood is in the brain.
We can build two new brain cells a second, but we can also tear down three brain cells a
second. It doesn't take a brain scientist to figure out this deficit means trouble.
So all of you who are thinking and using your brains all the time, do your brain a favor
and feed it some extra nourishment. People in the following professions will benefit
||* Computer People
Headaches, slow thinking, forgetfulness and fading memory are often experienced when the
brain is not properly nourished. Over the years, if you've worked your brain hard and
haven't fed your brain properly, don't go blaming your brain for not being as sharp and as
creative as it was ten years ago.
Your brain cells like every cell in your body are nourished by the blood. When you are
standing upright, your blood must be pumped uphill to get to the brain. If you would like
to increase the blood flow to your brain, you simply let your blood flow downhill.
Slantboard therapy positions you upside down to allow gravity to increase blood flow to
Slanting should be done daily and especially after a major mental workout. The best time
to slant is during the middle of the day and just before going to bed at night. Ten to
fifteen minutes is all you need. You'll feel and enjoy the renewed energy during midday
and a restful night's sleep. If you treat your brain better it will treat you better