8 Brain Exercises To Improve your IQ Score


Can we make ourselves any smarter? The answer
to that particular question is still a puzzle, trying
to be solved by scientists all over the world. The
most common measure of how smart a person
boils down to a simple calculation, known as the
Intelligence Quotient or IQ. While there have
been papers published stating how brain
exercises could help people improve their IQ’s,
there has also been researched papers published
opposing the said notion.
A study published in 2008, led by Susanne
Jaeggi, now a professor at The University of
California at Irvine, conducted tests which
reflected on how ‘fluid intelligence’ or the ability
to solve novel problems works. The test sample
was divided into two groups each, one training
and one control group. The training group
showed significant improvements in the
reasoning ability test, where the control group
lagged behind. This scientific study and a few
others ( Roche, Cassidy, et al. 2013), published
evidence to the fact that the human brain could
be trained to perform better in different
situations or circumstances.
If you are to consider, the human brain and the
Intelligence Quotient that it is associated with is
a pretty much subjective term. The human brain
performs well under better supervision and
training. The IQ levels are not some measures of
intelligence which will remain stagnant over the
long run. These levels could be improved by
training your brain to newer perspectives and a
better environment. Nourishing the brain, just as
you would with your body is essential to improve
your IQ levels over time.

Brain Exercices to improve your IQ
Your brain needs just as much attention as your
physical body to keep your mind in shape and to
improve it. Here are 8 of the best and easy brain
exercises using which you can improve your IQ.
Meditation, Visualisation and Focused breathing


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