How can you train your brain and increase IQ

How Can You Increase IQ

As far as we know, it is not really possible to increase IQ drastically, and anyone who tells you otherwise is selling snake oil. It is possible to become smarter. It is possible to change the way you processes information. But it is not possible to improve IQ—at least not that greatly.

But, what you can do is train your brain every day and see what will happen.

How can you train your brain and increase IQ

How can you train your brain and increase IQ

It is doable. It i possible. There are countless things we can do to improve our brain performance.

  • Food.

Eat the right foods to boost brain cell health and circulation, such as berries. Read books like The Brain Diet: The Connection Between Nutrition, Mental Health, and Intelligence.

Start your every day with a balanced breakfast.


  • Work on Your Body.

Doing physical exercise, even if it is targeted and short, can do wonders for your body and your brain. Make your mornings count by doing a short 15 to 30 minute workout to energize you and prepare you for the rest of the day.

  • Change Your Mood.

Get happy and keep perspective.

Ask yourself this question each morning: What is the ONE THING I am committed to completing today?

  • Challenge Your Mind.

Do crossword puzzles, play brain games, put together a 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle, learn to play chess, play cards

Read. Not just one genre you already read, but lots of different ones. Psychology, books on physics, sociology, science fiction, economics, books on management, and much more.

  • Get Enough Sleep.

If you want to increase IQ, getting enough sleep is the most important thing. Did you know that chronic sleep deprivation can reduce your cognitive abilities, negatively impact your concentration, and can even reduce your IQ? Yes, that’s true!

Try a nap of about 30-45 minutes during the day, and take this off your night sleep.


1 Comment Posted

  1. Great tips! I always say people confuse ‘wisdom’ with ‘IQ’. Many people are ‘knowledgeable’ based on what they choose to learn about, but that is not the same thing as ‘intelligence’. Appreciate the post! #smallvictoriessundaylinkup

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