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How to Increase IQ
You can increase your
IQ (intelligence quotient) in the next ten
If you need a quick brain fix right now? What if there is
an important meeting coming up, or a crucial test, or just a chess
game you don't want to lose? Can you really boost your IQ quickly?
If what you want is results, and not an argument about the
definition of intelligence, the answer is absolutely yes. Try some
of the following.
Breath To Increase IQ:
Breath deep. This is one of
the easiest and most effective ways to improve the functioning of
your brain immediately. By breathing deeply we relax and put more
oxygen in the blood (therefore in the brain), both of which help.
Relaxation has been proven to improve brain function. Low oxygen
levels in the blood have been shown to decrease it. Since most of
us are in the habit of breathing too shallowly, this is a quick way
to increase IQ. By the way, if you breath through your nose, you
are more likely to breath deeply.
Meditating also helps, primarily because of the deep
breathing aspect. The state of mind achieved through a simple
breath-watching meditation allows true relaxation, and is conducive
to creative problem solving. Just close your eyes and breath
through your nose, deeply at first, then in whatever way is
comfortable. As thoughts arise, dismiss them and return your
attention to your breath. Do this for at least a few
Move Your Body To Increase IQ:
Sit up straight, and close your mouth. Good posture
affects our state of mind, and helps us to think more clearly. Try
an experiment to prove this to yourself. Do math problems in your
head; first while slouching, with your mouth open; then while
sitting up straight with your lips together. You'll get the
Exercise a little. Physical activity-just enough to get
the blood pumping-can "wake up" your brain enough to help you think
better. Walking seems to work best, but any aerobic activity can
help increase your IQ.
Sleep well. You knew this one, right? Just remember, the
evidence shows us that the quality of sleep is very important, not
just the quantity.
Eat Can Increase Or Decrease Your IQ:
Consume ginkgo biloba.
Whether in capsules or tea or off a neighbors tree, ginkgo leaves
have been shown to increase blood flow to the brain, helping memory
and concentration. The effect is quick, and doesn't seem to
diminish with regular use.
Drink coffee. Everything from test scores on college exams to chess games have been shown to improve after a cup of coffee or other drink containing caffeine. It is a temporary effect, however, and caffeine may have adverse long-term effects for regular users.
Avoid Sugar. Actually
any simple carbohydrates taken in large quantities can give you
that sluggish feeling that makes it difficult to think. This is due
to the insulin that is dumped into your veins after the sugar is.
Don't eat white flour, sugar, potatoes, and other carbs before an
important meeting, or anytime you need full use of your