Some Tips to Improve Your IQ Test Score

Here are some tips how you can improve your thinking and memory.

IQ tests are used by a number of companies to help them measure abstract and logical thinking of their job applicants. As you know, in most cases, it is hard to get employed by the first company where you apply for a position, as there’s usually a lot of other applicants to consider as well. Test your intelligence with as many IQ tests as you can and your IQ can slowly, but gradually increase as you train specific parts of your brain.

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To utilize the maximum potential, it is important to ensure a sufficient blood supply of oxygen and nutrients to the brain. It is known that practically any 20 minutes long aerobic exercise significantly improves the thinking ability and memory. It stimulates the production of the growth hormone that is needed to restore nerve cells. Furthermore, it promotes formation of neurotransmitters for better memory, and reduces stress as well.

There are also other, easier and faster ways to stimulate your brain’s effectivity, which you can practice really anywhere. One being a profund breathing exercise. Just slowly inhale while counting to 8, then hold your breath for 12 counts and finally slowly exhale while counting to 10.

If you have a sedentary job, always make sure that your back is straight as it will significantly improve the blood supply to your brain. Also, make sure that you stand up for a while. It’s been scientifically proven that the stand-up position improves the ability to learn and think by up to 30%.

Last but not least, make sure that you eat healthy and nutrient meals. This advice is often very underestimated, but there are studies showing that it can help increase your IQ by 10 points or even more.

Source: http://www.quickiqtest.net

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