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« on: June 02, 2007, 09:28:34 PM »
10. Turn off background noise.

    We all multitask, a necessary survival skill of the digital age. But did you know that just listening to the news while browsing the Web can limit how well you’re able to recall both? Normally, when you take in new information, you process it with a part of the brain called the cerebral cortex. But multitasking greatly reduces learning because people can’t attend to the relevant information. That’s because the brain is forced to switch processing to an area called the striatum, and the information stored here tends to contain fewer important details.

    Luckily, this kind of memory problem has an easy fix: Simply pay undivided attention to whatever you really want to recall later.

11. Kill those negative thoughts that invade your brain.


    The thoughts that go through your mind, moment by moment, have a significant impact on how your brain works. Research by Mark George, MD and colleagues at the National Institutes of Health demonstrated that happy, hopeful thoughts had an overall calming effect on the brain, while negative thoughts inflamed brain areas often involved with depression and anxiety. Your thoughts matter.

12. Take a break.

    Change physical or mental perspective to lighten the invisible stress that can sometimes occur when you sit in one place too long, focused on something. Taking a 10-15 minute break every hour is more beneficial than working non-stop. It gives your mind time to relax and sort things out.

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