We all go through moments of study and intense work, where concentration is lacking while things to remember abound. When memory is put to the test and the study becomes urgent, some vitamins and minerals can be useful to boys to combat stress from examination and avoid attacks of anxiety that lead to the stars nervousness and tension.
Memory and concentration are largely and primarily dependent on nutrition. The first step to improving the general health level and having a good university performance with a good memory efficiency and ability to concentrate is breakfast: it must be rich and balanced, balanced between proteins and carbohydrates and must include fruits and vegetables (as well as all meals of the day). Carbohydrates, then, give energy to the brain: so it is good to consume rice and pasta during the day, but without exaggerating in the portions. It is better to leave aside sweetened drinks, snacks, refined cereals and various sweets. Yes to oilseeds such as almonds and walnuts and yes also to berries that have excellent antioxidant capacity and support brain functions.
In view of an intense period of study, the site saperesalute.it provides some useful information to make the brain more “efficient”. Take a good mix of vitamins and minerals, for example.
Includes vitamins B1, B2, B3 or vitamin PP, B5, B6, B8 or vitamin H, B9 and B12. Each of them has specific characteristics, but overall they convert carbohydrates and fats into energy for the brain and participate in the synthesis of neurotransmitters, improving the ability to attention. They are found in milk and dairy products, eggs, meat, legumes, oilseeds, potatoes and peas.
An antioxidant par excellence, it combats the excess of free radicals and reduces the risk of cognitive deficits, such as memory loss. It is found in citrus fruits and green leafy vegetables.
It carries oxygen, which is essential for the brain. Its deficiency is frequently associated with low school yields and adversely affects mental activity. It is found in liver, eggs, meat, soya, fish, chicory. Its absorption is improved by the association with foods rich in vitamin C.
Sometimes included in vitamin F, they are essential fatty acids for the body, able to improve reading and writing and the ability to concentrate. They are found in fish, especially salmon, walnuts, hazelnuts, almonds, rocket and pumpkin seeds.
It is a valuable aid to concentration, attention and memory. It is present in milk, yoghurt, cheese, green leafy vegetables, beans, peas, sardines, salmon.
Maintains a high level of attention, especially when associated with vitamin B6. The richest foods are nuts, pistachios, brown rice, wholemeal and white flour, soya.
It increases both memory and concentration levels. The main sources of zinc are represented by meat, eggs, milk, mature cheeses, fish, whole grains.
If a healthy diet and good physical activity do not help to overcome fatigue, drowsiness and difficulty in concentrating in the study, you can use a supplement. Royal jelly, for example, is rich in protein and can improve brain activity. It may also be useful to take advantage of supplements that contain pollen (rich in vitamins A, C, D, E, and is a source of B vitamins). But it is also useful to take advantage of the benefits offered by polyvitamins – writes the website saperesalute.it -: there are some designed specifically for men, which contain a balanced mix of vitamins, minerals and choline.