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> How to enhance the development of new brain cells in the adult brain?
Anthony E.
post Dec 01, 2015, 06:25 AM
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What are those processes?
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post May 23, 2016, 08:39 AM
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The processes? It's not important. But you want to induce neurogenesis?

Start doing things you don't want to do, don't like to do. Work hard, exercise more than your laziness implies. Do more laundry, community service, help other people. Help the old lady with her groceries.

Neurogeneis happens any time you take up work which you would not normally do, that is new. Talk to new people, give compliments to girls in line, make eye contact, slow your life down and enjoy and point out what you didn't before. This is a good indicator it is working. Some people say to add Noopept to this equation. Swimming is also a great way to build new neurons. Keep a running count in your head if you find your mind being blank.

Engage in a new way of driving, like an old person. Do things that remind you of your past, such as laughing all the time, do things you want to see yourself doing in five years, such as driving the way you see other people drivimg Lambo's, right lane going 5 under the limit. Do new things and don't allow your mind to close itself up and constrict you from enjoyment.
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