Brain Blaster – Stop Wondering And Find Out How To Turbo Charge Your Brain’s Health And Performance – Product For Personal Use Only

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Have You Ever Wondered…

WHAT COULD I ACCOMPLISH IF I WAS CONSTANTLY IN PEAK MENTAL FORM

Stop Wondering. Find Out How…

 

Dear Friend,

Do you envy those people who always have some witty remark to say?

Are you sick of being the last person in the room to get a joke?

Do you ever wish you could boost your own intelligence and wit? Wouldn’t it be great to be the one making the witty observations for once?

I know I felt like that all the time. I was sick of feeling one second behind everyone else.

I Was Sick of Thinking of Something Clever to Say an Hour AFTER I Could Have Used it.

I am sure you ALL know that feeling.

So what can we do?

Well, we can continue to do nothing and accept it as fate…or we can train!

Think about it…

You want to run faster….you run

You want to lift more weight…you lift weights

You want to get better at a sport…you play it

If you want to get better at something…you train! Why should intelligence be any different? If you want your brain to work faster and quicker…then you need to use it!

That’s why I developed…

BRAIN BLASTER

Turbo Charging Your Brain’s Health & Performance

Brain Blaster is a massive 40-Page eBook that teaches you all about how your brain learns, and the tips that will make sure you are working at peak mental capacity.

This guide includes information on…

How Our Brains Work

Left vs. Right Brain

Types of Intelligence

What is IQ?

Successful Intelligence

Learning Styles

Personality Types

Self-Assessment Test

Sharpening Focus

Enhancing Creativity

Solving Problems Easily

Maximizing Memory

Remembering Names

Engaging Autotelic Thinking

Maintaining A Better Brain

If you want to reach your full potential you owe it to yourself to grab this guide as soon as you can. The quicker you start, the sooner you will be “training your brain!”

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Our Brains and How They Work

No doubt about it, our brains are pretty magnificent. Talk about multitasking! We all do it – watch television, read a magazine, realize how great the evening meal smells in the kitchen, listen to the person in the room with us, and be excited about plans for the weekend – all at the same time. We can do this because of our brain’s ability to make all kinds of connections.
Our brains have developed over thousands of years. Their basic construction can be divided into three parts:

1. Primitive brain – this region of the brain is about the size of an apricot and controls our basic functions like blood circulation, reading, and indigestion. It also controls our “fight or flight” response to danger, and decides whether we will stay and fight or run away. It’s also believed that when we are in stressful situations, the other parts of our brain shut down and leave everything up to the primitive brain, which is why we might find it more difficult to think clearly when we are stressed.

2. Cerebellum – this part of the brain is called the mammalian brain. It surrounds the primitive brain and processes our emotions and long term memories. It also processes information learned through our senses.

3. Cerebral cortex – this covers the primitive brain and the cerebellum and makes up about 80% of our brain area. It determines language, thought, reasoning, complex movement patterns, and other things like appreciation of poetry and music.
In addition to these three parts of the brain, we all have millions of brain cells called neurons. Each neuron has its own special function. Neurons use electrical impulses and chemical reactions to and from the central nervous system and within the brain.
Neurons store information and work together in groups to generate actions and reactions and control specific thoughts. Each neuron has the potential for one million billion connections with other neurons. So, even though we only use 5% of our brain capacity, you can see that there is still an enormous amount of activity in our brains.

Left and Right Brain Hemispheres
You may have heard the terms left brain and right brain. It wasn’t until the 1960s that a scientist named Roger Sperry discovered that different activities are associated with different sides of the brain, thus the term left brain and right brain thinking was coined.
The left side of our brain is the logical side, the mathematical side. It deals with details and organization, and controls our speech and our language. The right side of our brain operates in a less organized way. It handles creativity, interpretation, emotions, imagination, intuition, and spatial awareness.
At one time, scientists thought that these two halves of the brain operated completely independently of each other, but more recent thinking believes that there is some flexibility so that different parts of the brain can learn new functions.

 

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