Powerful New 3-Minute Exercise Improves Memory and Brain Power


Friday, September 24, 2010
Powerful New 3-Minute Exercise Improves Memory and Brain Power

This article was found in Natural News and was featured on the Los Angeles CBS news report and has benefitted the learning disabled, autistic children and Alzheimer patients.  It’s useful for any kind of brain fog or dullness, even emotional instability and can improve memory and focus.  Some have claimed it has made them a little smarter.  It seems to work for everyone regardless of mental condition.

How to Do This Simple Exercise

With your feet pointing straight ahead, spread them apart about shoulder width. Grab your right earlobe with the thumb and finger of your left hand. Cross over your left arm and do the same using your right hand on the left earlobe. Then squat as fully as you can, breathing in. That’s a little counter intuitive, but that’s what you do. Breathe in as you squat.

Then breathe out as you stand. So the breathing needs to be synchronized with the squats. Continue this motion repetitively while holding both earlobes for three minutes. That may be too much at first, so start with one minute. One can go up to five minutes, but three is good enough. This can be done by anyone at any age and should be done on a daily basis until the fog lifts!

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