Especially Mozart. In 1995, psychologist Frances Rauscher tricked thirty rats into a room. For two months, the Sonata for two pianos in C major was periodically performed there. After the experiment, it turned out that the animals began not only to dance better, but also to run the labyrinth faster and with fewer mistakes than the other group of rats who lived these two months in silence.
9. Develop your numerical sense
- Spinach. Add it to your morning omelet two to three times a week. Lutein in spinach protects brain cells from premature aging.
- Sage. At Johns Hopkins University, they found that sage suppresses the action of amino acids responsible for memory impairment. Now they drink tea with sage every day and remember everyone about everyone.
14. Solve crosswords
15. Find a smart girlfriend on some nerdy dating site and she will be your inspiration and support!