3 Habits Holding Back Your Mental Performance – Millionaire Mind

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Life Lessons People Often Learn Too Late in Life

People are facing different kinds of issues on daily basis and with the problem, there are always solutions for such problem. The thing is one should be willing to search for the solutions.
There are many ways that would help you to increase your mental power and also make the mental performance slow.

Here are three habits that everyone should keep in mind to leave them.

1. Spending your morning energy on low-level activities:

When you wake up in the morning most probably what you do, chances are that you do these first activities in the morning

. Social Media
. Emails
. And do almost everything on your phone or computer.

These things are necessary to be done after just waking up, such things can be done later also. Instead of spending your energy on these things in the morning, one should make there morning with beautiful habits.

2. Ignoring physical body:

Ignoring your body in the morning is one of the main cause of low mental performance. One should be very careful that he/she should take care of both physical and mental performance. Nowadays due to more health issues, everyone should work out and also maintain mental performance.

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Physical exercise has been shown oxygen to the brain, which helps to keep the brain fresh and increase memory and keeps you away from stress and other negative things. Doing physical exercise helps to think creatively and also increases the concentration level.
Just make sure you enjoy the workout, as doing something we enjoy releases brain-derived neurotrophic factors (or BDNF) into the brain, which helps form new connections in the brain and sharpens it over time.

 

3. Multitasking:

Multitasking is a very bad habit but most people don’t know the consequences of it and they keep doing it. Multitasking is a slow, silent killer, this bad habits most of us have picked.

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You should be kneely aware how you should use your mind throughout the day. Doing multitasking splits our work, concentration, attention and also other impacts on both physical and mental health. No matter how good you think you are, you’d be better if you learned to focus your attention on the task at hand for a period of time and then switched to whatever else you needed to do later.

So do yourself a favor and start reducing your multitasking and give help to your brain to increase the performance.

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