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Dakim Recommends Six New Year Resolutions to Stay Cognitively Fit
Date:2/3/2009

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Feb. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The most common New Year resolutions revolve around being healthier, but are usually focused on physical appearance: lose weight, tone up, exercise more, and eat less junk food. A growing collection of research is finding an intimate relationship between body and mind. In order to become a healthier individual, people must focus on ways to maintain mental health and cognitive function as well as physical health.

Dakim BrainFitness shares some great (and very simple) resolutions which will provide the brain with the right kind of activities to fortify mental capacities.

1 -- Socialize More Often -- Apart from being very important to feeling engaged and integrated in society, socialization provides the opportunity for communication, critical thought, creativity, and emotional expression. Resolve to engage people in real conversations and exchanges of ideas more than you did in 2008.

2 -- Eat more "brain-healthy" foods -- What we eat directly affects the performance of our brain. Resolve to eat more fish (salmon, herring, sardines), unsalted nuts including walnuts, fruits and vegetables in 2009. Apart from the effect "junk food" has on the waist line, some studies suggest a high intake of fat, sugar, and cholesterol, could also increase the risk for the most common type of dementia.

3 -- Become more ambidextrous -- The left side of the brain controls the right hand and vice-versa. Using both hands to do various activities around the house is brain boosting exercise which induces the utilization of both sides of the brain. Start using that less dominant hand in simple daily activities; for example, resolve to eat breakfast with the less dominate hand.

4 -- Do something new -- Resolve to start a new hobby in 2009. Consider taking up dancing, gardening, knitting, or a musical instrument. Apart from requiring concentra
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