Today, we don’t use our brain well. We do not use it properly.
This means that we only use a small part of our brain areas, those we are used to using every day, and that we neglect others.
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Our brain can be saturated quickly. He uses the example of a mentalist to illustrate this point. The mentalist can easily divert the attention of his victims to steal their wallets.
Disinhibition also increases our performance. We speak better English when we are under the influence of alcohol, don’t we? This confirms that what we know is greater than what we think we know.
It’s not always easy to get into a rhythm, to set up habits and stick to them over the long term. Sometimes that’s all that’s needed to establish a habit. With the holidays coming up, it’s even harder to get into a routine of training or dieting.
Get up a little earlier, unplug from social networks, or start cooking….Whether you want to start working out, quit smoking, or go even further with your workout, we’re going to look here at how to “hack” your brain and force a fertile mindset.
I will also show you that contrary to what you may think; you are not “like that” and that “I have always done it this way anyway”. Our habits and behaviors are dictated by a number of factors, the most important being our brain; a complex system designed for adaptation. The repetition of behaviors and attitudes eventually pushes it to develop new neural pathways, and this in a perspective of economy. It is this development that makes the brain malleable and especially capable of developing new automatisms permanently. It is impossible to drive on the highway without this capacity for example!
What is the most interesting part of all this? Well, depending on the capacity you wish to develop, you will not stimulate the same areas…so imagine the potential! For example, visio-spatial memory depends on the hippocampus; musicians have a denser cortex than normal, and in the blind, it is the region in charge of vision that is reassigned to auditory vision.