9 kinesiology exercises to make the brain work at full capacity
by Baigalmaa staff
9 kinesiology exercises to make the brain work at full capacity
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Kinesiology is a branch of science that studies the development of physical health and mental capacity through movement exercises. The following exercises have been proven to be the most effective in any position, sitting, standing or horizontal. recognized for its impressive results. It restores the body, relieves fatigue, relieves the feeling of heavy head, gets out of sleepiness, sharpens the mind, improves the ability to concentrate, and influences the brain to work very well.

1. In order to calm the nervous system, relieve the burden on the brain, and ensure mental and emotional balance, sit on a chair, cross your legs and place the sole of your left foot on the sole of your right foot. Cross the wrists and hold the fingers of both hands, bring the arms in front of you, turn to the chest, and at this time, touch the tip of the tongue to the roof of the mouth, look up, and sit for 1-5 minutes, until you feel enough. Yawning is appreciated. A yawn indicates enough time has passed. The position of this movement creates a condition for heavy exercise in the brain, and it activates the function of the middle brain located on the right and left hemispheres and the palate, showing excellent results in learning, reaction speed, thinking, and emotional connection.
2. Take a clean sheet of paper, put it in front of you, hold a pencil or pen in both hands, draw similar figures, write numbers and letters. At this time, the cerebral hemispheres work together and the overall brain function improves dramatically.
3. We all know the exercise of crossing your hands and holding your nose and ears
4. Move the feet up and down 8 times with the feet pointing inwards. Alternate both legs.
5. This exercise should be done after work. You can sit, stand or lie down, put your legs together, put your fingers together as if you are holding a small ball, look down, and hold the tip of your tongue between your teeth for 1-2 minutes. It relaxes, relaxes the nervous and muscular system, stabilizes the thought process, and improves the separate functioning of the right and left brain.
6. Place the palm of one hand on the back of the head and the other hand on the forehead, and take deep breaths for 2 minutes. When the hand is placed on the forehead, blood circulation is activated in the parts of the brain near the forehead, and because the parts of the brain responsible for consciousness and analysis are located, conditions arise for solving problems and coming up with ideas out of the situation. By placing the hands on the back of the head, the blood supply to that area improves, and the memory is cleared of unnecessary stored information.
7. Place your arms on the table and bring your chin to your chest. Slowly tilt your head back and take a deep breath, arch your back and fill your chest cavity with air, and when you exhale, take the position of bringing your chin to your chest. At this time, oxygen in the blood increases, and the part of the brain responsible for the balance of movement is activated. It is very effective when working with the computer for a long time.
8. It helps to improve movement orientation, identify new information, and increase concentration:
- Lightly massage the upper and lower part of the lips alternately with the index and middle fingers of both hands. At this time, one hand should be placed on the navel.
- Press the index and middle finger of one hand on the lower part of the lips, and massage the upper part of the tail with the other hand.
- Place one hand on the navel and massage the tailbone with the other hand. It is done alternately with both hands. Do it 5-6 times, changing hands every 20-30 seconds.
9. Paul Dennison's Brain Exercise. It activates all the systems of the body. Move your ears to your shoulders as much as possible, extend one arm forward, rotate the figure of eight in the air counterclockwise, and look at the ends of your hands. This exercise is known for uncovering and harnessing the hidden power of the brain and amazingly expanding the limits of the brain's potential.