Brain Training Tip: How To Increase Your Neuroplasticity

Posted 12 December
Brain Training Tip how to increase neuroplasticity

Neuroplasticity is the built-in ability of your brain to change. It is, by definition: ‘the ability of the brain to restructure its neural connections and form new ones at any given time.’ In more straightforward terms, it is:

The natural ability of the brain to change in response to new experiences and information.

We are all wired to change throughout our entire lifespan. 

Why would we want to work to increase our knowledge if we all have a neuroplastic ability? For several reasons, including the following:

  • The better your neuroplastic abilities, the more resilient and adaptive you become. If you have good neuroplasticity, you will be better able to manage unexpected change, stressful events, and challenging circumstances, and you will be able to think on your feet a lot better. You are also likely to be much more solution focused rather than problem-oriented. 
  • Improving neuroplasticity is a very effective way to mitigate the cognitive decline associated with aging. 
  • Working on your neuroplasticity improves your general cognition, and ability to take in and retain new information and increases the dynamics of your thinking. Good neuroplasticity creates the space for a clear, focused and balanced mind. 


Improving your neuroplastic ability can be achieved in the same way as gaining a new level of physical fitness by training. Just as someone who exercise to run a marathon relies on repetition supported by pushing new limits, increased neuroplasticity can be achieved through repetitive training supported by further information. 


Try a jigsaw puzzle to challenge your brain in a way that may not have been challenged since you were a child. If possible, set aside ‘puzzle time’ free of digital distractions and feel your brain start to organise and plan out the puzzle. This is a perfect ‘neural stretch’. 

Step outside of your routine to challenge your brain. This can be as simple as walking a different way to your office than usual, taking the stairs rather than the elevator, or even ordering a menu item you have never tried. These little changes promote neural flexibility, which helps build change resilience and adaptive thinking. 

Learn something completely new and unfamiliar to you. Some people like to learn a new language, while others find learning a musical instrument appealing. Then again, others want to pick up a good book or sit down to a documentary series on television. Choose a method that suits you. The goal is not to make it complex or laborious; it is to access and absorb new information.


Neurofeedback Brain Training for neuroplasticity

Neurofeedback brain training with a non-linear neurofeedback system such as Neuroptimal is the ultimate training session. It is a non-invasive and holistic approach that balances the mind and emotions and significantly boosts your neuroplastic capabilities. The system is very advanced, and most people notice changes and improvements occur very quickly, often after just one session. After 10-15 sessions, the majority of people see significant and permanent reductions in stress, anxiety, depression, overthinking, constant thoughts and many other issues. In addition, clients tend to see improved resilience, a greater sense of self, and an overall improvement in confidence. 

Improving neuroplasticity is a proactive approach to improving and maintaining your health and well-being throughout your lifetime. It keeps your mind agile, flexible, and ready for new information and strengthens and supports optimal mental health. 


The first step is to contact us, and if you haven’t done so already – book your First Appointment!

The team at Brain Training Australia recognise the unique qualities of all our clients and will work closely with you to personalise your Brain Training Program so that you can achieve your goals of optimal mental processes.

We look forward to helping you live a much richer, happier and healthier life and to stop having a stressed, overwhelmed and busy brain.

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