Researchers from Boston University have figured out two areas of the brain which must be activated to ‘turbo charge” cognitive functioning.
Two brain regions – the medial frontal and lateral prefrontal cortices – control most executive function. It was found that by synchronizing these areas of our grey matter, participants in a study experienced better, faster brain functioning. De-synchronizing these areas resulted in the opposite – a slower brain. However, if there is more to the story of our brain’s left or right brain dominance? Continue reading Meditation Can ‘Turbo Charge’ the Brain by Synchronizing Two Key Regions