Keep your mind fit
I’m frequently asked if physical or mental exercise is more important to keep your mind fit. As it turns out, both are important.
Researchers have concluded that the “amount of activity is more important for stimulating the brain than the type of activity, because all of the participants both exercised and engaged in mental activities each week.” At Seattle Hypnosis with Roger Moore, I have helped people with hypnosis to be more mentally and physically active for more than 21 years.
Hypnosis for exercise motivation can help you to get off the couch and be more active. Even my 96 year-old Mom does her chair exercises and walks loops in her home.
Hypnosis for mental activity motivation can help you to use the powers of your mind to keep mentally fit. For my Mom, it’s adult coloring, cross-word puzzles and reading a good book. (And she’s pretty good when she watches Jeopardy too!)
If you’d like to find out more about how hypnosis can help you, please give me a call at (206) 903-1232 or send me an email . We can meet in my Seattle or Bainbridge offices or world-wide online from your home, office, hotel or RV.
Which is better for keeping your mind fit: physical or mental activity?
“Take advantage of the brain protection that both physical and mental activities provide. On the physical side, start or keep moving. A good goal is 150 minutes of moderate intensity exercise a week, but any activity is better than none. On the mental side, Dr. McGinnis suggests doing something you already enjoy. “It might be crossword puzzles, reading, participating in a club, building models, or any number of activities. The guiding principle is that the activities require active engagement, not passive engagement such as watching television.”’
Your Hypnosis Health Info Hypnotic Suggestion for today:
I exercise my mind and my body for mental and physical fitness.
Since January 2, 1997
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