Monday, 23 August 2010

better memory + napping + rest

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assalamualaikum semua,
cuba teka, ape simbol di atas ( nombor2 yg disusun mejadi sesuatu yang amat bermakna .. hehe )
 
For a quick and easy boost to your brainpower this weekend, pull down the shades, close your eyes, and catch some daytime ZZZs.
People who take daytime naps outperform non-nappers on memory exercises. And, surprisingly, a mere 6 minutes of shut-eye is enough to refresh the mind.


The Shut-Eyes Have It
> How does a quick catnap power up your thinker? Seems the mere act of falling asleep triggers a brain-boosting neurobiological process that remains effective regardless of how long you snooze. 


3 More Ways to Fight the Fog
> Go ahead. Make like a battery and recharge. And while you're at it, here are a few more ways to sharpen your wit:


Becoming a lifelong learner can make your RealAge as much as 2.5 years younger.


Becoming older and wiser may be especially easy for people who nap regularly.
A recent study of men between the ages of 55 and 85 revealed that taking an afternoon nap enhanced cognitive function not only immediately after the nap, but throughout the next day as well. Naps can be especially healthful for people who aren't getting a proper amount of sleep at night.


Many people experience a dip in energy levels in the afternoon and find it difficult to concentrate. Some of that dip may be due to a lack of quality, restful sleep. Many older people do not get the requisite 6 to 8 hours of sleep per night to maintain optimal health. Poor sleep habits are sometimes to blame. To get the most out of your snooze time, keep a regular sleep schedule; avoid stimulants, such as caffeine, close to bedtime; perform strenuous activities, such as exercise, during early day hours; and designate a cool, dark, quiet room as your regular sleep area. Often, an underlying medical condition is at the root of sleep problems, so it's important to see your healthcare provider if you suffer from chronic daytime sleepiness.


Rasulullah pun selalu mengamalkan tidur di siang hari. 26 minit tu da cukup untuk segarkan balik badan kita. Lebih2 lagi bulan puasa. Selamat menjalani ibadah puasa semua :)

trivia¬ insyaallah, saya akan pulang ke Malaysia. Nenek da rindu.  :)
After looking at 3,369 men, the study found only 2% of 40- to 79-year-olds qualified as having male menopause. 
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2 comments:

miSs Hazzi said...

mai.. tok pehe lah simbol tu.. hehe.. biaso lah sy kureng nnakat cket bab2 gini.
simbol gapo ek tu..?

~allahuakbar said...

hehe..mmglah..hehe..tu kod bg kromosome~ bentuk die pun seakan2 dah tu..

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