Better Memory with Green Tea
by Deb Banerjee
The human brain is one of the most complex machines in the world. It is said that the processing speed of the human brain would put supercomputers to shame. However as it happens with most machines wear & tear eventually causes it to work less efficiently.
Like the rest of your body, your brain changes with each passing year. From the time we are infants, our brains area are adapting, learning, making memories and more. However the less desirable effects of the march of time can be felt too. Ever had a problem remembering where you kept your car keys ?
The brain’s aging process begins as we hit our late twenties. We begin losing neurons – the cells that make up the brain & nervous system. By the time we reach sixties, our brains have literally begun to shrink. This sounds a little scary but it’s a natural process and it happens to everyone. The most widely seen cognitive change associated with ageing is that of memory. The challenge for aging individuals is to reduce the rate of their decline of brain functions. Certain changes in lifestyle or introduction of new ones can help in this matter.
If you are a green tea drinker then you are already helping your brain retain it’s memories & cognitive functions. Green tea contains less caffeine than coffee, but enough to produce an effect to our brain. You can get pure green tea straight from the World famous tea estate to our online store.