Listen to music
The studies have been shown that when you hear music your grey matter lights up, because of the sound, parts of your brain become much more active. There are some of the cases present in which improvement is shown after doctors are using music therapy on them.
For example music therapy improves the memories and cognitive abilities of Alzheimer’s patients.
Deep breathing exercises
Deep breath exercise can provide real and physiological benefits and it also help in the activation of unconscious mind. Many experts suggest that, for the effective functioning of your brain try alternating pressing on each nostril, so that you only breathe through one side of your nose at a time.
Play a game
Brain- training also activate or boost up the brain functioning & games are the best way for brain training. In a study about 800 students received luminosity training while 400 students receive just a regular teaching, the students who receive brain training perform better than those students who receive regular training on a brain performance test.
Regular exercise is good for the active functioning of your brain. A study in California is published in “trends in neuroscience” found that exercise increases the levels of certain compounds which plays an important role in the functioning of the brain and also in promoting brain plasticity, another study published in a journal “cell metabolism” found that by the help of exercise increment of protein is occur which can improve the cognitive function. So, exercise activate the brain functioning.
Learn any language
Some of the studies also found that learning can grow certain parts of your brain. Scientists compared people who had to learn a language and other people who had to learn a lot of information in a short period of time and they found that those people who learned a language showed better result and the growth of hippocampus & central cortex.
At the time of meditation, brain can process more emotions and thoughts. Studies also found that meditation improves the memory, focus and creativity.