About This Equilibrium Recipe
Extra Time Needed: N/A
Ingredients: Your journal, a book / phone
Min Experiment Commitment: 1 week
Potential Benefits: Focus, Creativity, Brain Function
The Equilibrium Recipe
Want to exercise your brain first thing in the morning? In your DAILY TRACKER, add this neurobic exercise to your morning regimen
When you brush your teeth (using your non-dominant hand), use your dominant hand to hold up a book or device for reading
Flip it upside down and start reading
Why This Recipe works
Reading upside down is a type of neurobic exercise, a kind of exercise targetting the growth of new neurons. These exercises help stimulate different parts of your brain, and have been associated with focus, memory, mood, and other brain-related benefits.
Your turn! Add this exercise to your morning regimen this week and let us know what you think.