Good habits can make learning more efficient. What good habits can foreign teachers say to you today to help you learn?
Ensure adequate sleep
When sleeping, the circulation of CSF between brain cells is much faster than when awake, helping the brain to discharge "garbage". Brain "bathing" takes 8 hours at a time, so try to avoid staying up late and let the brain rest fully.
Pay attention to diet
Eat more fruits and vegetables. Fruits and vegetables are rich in antioxidants, which can resist the damage of free radicals to the brain and protect memory. Apples, strawberries, broccoli, carrots, spinach and tomatoes are all good choices. Eat an egg every day. Eggs are rich in vitamin B12, lecithin and a large number of essential fatty acids, which can effectively prevent brain atrophy. Choline in yolk is an important component of brain cells, which can help improve memory.
In addition, the daily diet should control the intake of salt and sugar, and eat less food containing lead. Nuts are preferred for snacks.
When learning English, you might as well try to read aloud with your voice open. The process of reading aloud is to feedback visual stimuli to the hearing and confirm them. It also uses various parts of the body, such as lips, tongue, larynx, etc. In this way, reading aloud can fully mobilize the body, bring much more stimulation to the brain than silent reading, English words, sentences and other memories will be more profound.
Pay attention to the combination of work and leisure
Long-term brain fatigue can also lead to slow response, affecting the ability to perform the next task. After 30 minutes of dedicated work, you can have a few minutes of rest to relax yourself.
take regular exercise
Regular exercise can promote the growth of brain cells responsible for memory. Exercise 3 to 5 times a week, 30 minutes each time, is enough to maintain the health of the brain and body.