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Bookmarked How To Remember What Really Matters by Mike Sowden (Everything Is Amazing)

Life Lessons From A Chess Grandmaster

Exercise helps you learn and remember things better.

We learn with our entire central nervous system, for which the brain works as a kind of data processing centre.

Apparently curiosity does the trick too.

“Based on everything we know about the brain, two of the things that are really good for it are physical activity and novelty. A thing that’s very bad for it is chronic and perpetual stress.”
Late-Stage Pandemic Is Messing With Your Brain – Ellen Cushing, The Atlantic

By Tracy Durnell

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