I am a huge fan of Win Wenger and if you’re interested in brain management, he’s always got some interesting ideas. Here’s one of his great ideas for managing brain fog. Know what I mean? It feels like you’re walking around in a … well, a fog. Your brain is dull, listless, confused. You can’t focus, you’re confused and can’t concentrate.
Well, according to fascinating Win, you can clear that old nasty brain fog in under a minute and here’s what to do: close your eyes and ‘see’ your head in your mind. You can sense your head, right? You know where it is, where the ‘edges’ are don’t you?
Once you can see or sense its boundaries, then imagine it one inch larger all around. Literally, *see* or sense that extra inch. Then simply hold that image for 30-60 seconds. According to Wenger this sends a command to your nervous system to pump more oxygen to your brain. And not only that but it’s also verifiable with a CT scan!
Usually, there are results on the first try, but if not, don’t give up before trying Win Wenger’s brain management technique several times. And remember that you must really ‘see’ your head as larger.