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The amazing benefits of magic for brain health

Creation date: Dec 27, 2021 8:00pm     Last modified date: Dec 27, 2021 8:00pm   Last visit date: Apr 17, 2024 8:11am
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Dec 27, 2021  ( 1 post )  
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Like daily exercise, magic is a good habit for health. Daily exercise is the "golden" key to help avoid cardiovascular disorders and above all is very good for brain health, improving cognitive function...

1. Improve memory

Memorizing the lesson, the steps of a magic show, or the way of speaking, leading the audience in the direction of the performance must all be memorized carefully. Avoid situations where you are acting but have forgotten what to do next.

Therefore, practicing magic every day is like practicing memory. Exercise helps increase the flow of machinery to the brain, so that the brain is fully supplied with oxygen. The result is increased concentration, improved memory and learning ability.

2. Anti-Depression

Magic is a discipline that combines both physical activity and mental activity. Physical activity increases neurotransmitters. This is why physiotherapists recommend physical activity during treatment because it increases the "happy" hormones, which are endorphins and serotonin.

3. Eliminate forms of stress

With magic, tiring stress such as depression, disorientation will disappear if you consider them as the challenges of the road to passion. This will help you eliminate the types of stress that many other jobs cause. Not only that, many people also come to magic after a stressful and tiring day and consider this a way to relieve stress. As simple as 30 minutes of physical exercise with a few small techniques every day, it is enough to help your body cope with stress through an increase in norepinephrine in the brain. It also lowers levels of cortisol, a hormone responsible for this. Exercise also helps you temporarily forget the troubles in life.

4. Increase self-confidence

Confidence is one of the core elements of a magician's success. However, this is not an easy path to find. But, if you know how to go, see the right direction, then that path becomes easier than ever.

There is nothing more precious than the experience. The first time is not good, the second time is not good, ... don't be discouraged. Because it's not something you can do once or twice. It takes the whole process. It is the regular, regular physical activities of genjutsu that strengthen and stimulate an area of ​​the brain known as the “frontal-striatal” pathway. When this area is stimulated, it increases self-confidence. In addition, practice helps you learn how to get to know, talk and interact with the audience more easily

5. Reduce anxiety, stress

Exercises that require flexibility will help you stimulate the muscles, which is great therapy for people who often suffer from anxiety. Many studies have been done and show that: during exercise, the body will release serotonin and dopamine, which have the effect of calming stress and anxiety.

6. Slowing down the appearance of neurodegeneration

While exercise increases blood flow to the brain, in the long run this improves the ability to "turn on and off" certain genes. These "new" neurons stimulate the memory center in the hippocampus, helping to fight neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's or Parkinson's. If practiced daily can avoid age-related degeneration or brain bleeding.

7. Helps rejuvenate the brain

Practicing with magic is also considered a physical activity related to brain rejuvenation, helping to regulate some brain functions… In addition, it also helps the brain, neurotransmitters and muscle fibers. maintained in a biologically “rejuvenating” state.


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