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The brain, complex and vulnerable, is the only organ that undergoes substantial maturation after birth. This process is shaped in part by response to stimuli in our surroundings (including both negative and positive conditions), and continues throughout our lives. Substantial research shows that natural scenes evoke positive emotions, facilitate cognitive functioning, and promote recovery from mental fatigue for people who are in good mental health. The experience of nature can also provide respite for those who experience short-term and chronic mental illness.

 

We all know that memory is a major component of both intelligence and IQ. From studying for exams, to learning a new coding language, to remembering names, memory is essential to daily intellectual function. Two key memory associated areas of the brain, the hippocampus and frontal brain lobe, both show significantly increased activity during meditation. By stimulating these vital areas in meditation, both long and short term memory capacity increase, making your job, schoolwork, and daily life that much easier.

 

Attention Fatigue and Recovery

Our immediate environment can prompt both negative and positive subconscious effects. A glance at an object that even remotely resembles a snake, for instance, may initiate an instantaneous fear response. Similarly, the presence of plants subconsciously and beneficially impact how the brain responds even when we do not focus attention on such surroundings.

 

In today’s lifestyles and work, we must focus our attention on critical information or tasks. Maintaining that focus by screening out distractions overloads our capacity for conscious attention. Yet, exposure to settings that are visually interesting (having “high fascination”) have been found to aid directed attention recovery. Comparing memory retention in people viewing low versus high fascination scenes in built and natural environments, respectively, people viewing natural environments performed significantly better. So, in the case of offices and schools, where one must focus on tasks, the addition of natural features could significantly improve attention and content retention rates.

 

Learning, like tasks at work, requires focused, direct attention and high-level cognitive functioning. When plants were added to a college computer lab, the study participants were more productive (with 12% quicker reaction times on tested computer tasks) and showed less stress—though there was no difference in number of errors made on the test. Additionally, participants reported feeling more attentive and better able to concentrate in the presence of plants. In other studies, participants performed better on creative tasks in rooms having foliage plants, versus those without, and the authors conclude that nature may provide inspiration and a source of stimulation for creativity. College students with more natural views from their dorm windows scored higher on tests of capacity to direct attention (CDA) and rated themselves as able to function more effectively. In another study of college students, those who participated in a nature walk performed higher on a subsequent CDA test than those who went on an urban walk or relaxed in a comfortable room with magazines and light music prior to the test.

 

At exam time the level of academic demand is quite strong, students must attend classes and study for exams followed one after another. Mental and physical exhaustion occurs after consecutive days of insomnia, stress and mentally fatigued.

 

The traditional way to alleviate these symptoms is consuming large amounts of coffee, which is not entirely healthy or advisable.

 

The fundamental objective of the university is to impart knowledge and train true professionals, not just repetitive machines to acquire information solely and exclusively to pass an exam or get a degree.

 

All knowledge that tries to get under these pressure and stress levels simply lost in time, is not effective and many students graduating with degrees but without real preparation.

 

This may change if a new concept of learning are introduced in the universities, the same used by large technology companies and is nothing more than give students an inspiring environment, a resource that will make them get rid of that stress and naturally help them improve their IQ and level of memory, logic and intuition capabilities.

 

Hydro Therapy Boreal points exactly towards that goal! Each and every one of its 8 therapies work separately to achieve this optimization and boards are simply the natural catalyst we were all waiting.

 

“Only after testing lab do scientists now agree That These amazing lavender and rosemary essential oils can alleviate depression and improve increase intellectual performance.”

 

All the components of this therapy machine are just amazing to boost the mind capabilities for everybody who use it.

 

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