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Just three minutes of juggling in the office raises your concentration. Hardly any other exercise is as effective as juggling. Several studies have confirmed this. Both halves of the brain have to work together – this promotes all your senses.
The brain’s grey matter increases when you regularly juggle. You not only become more alert and focused but smarter as well. Dopamine, the “happiness hormone” is released making you more happy and awake.
Sports doctors and Neuologist have confirmed this study: Sports, especially juggling, actually make you smarter. The reason for this is that both sides of the brain are used.
So if you juggle balls regularly you:
With regular practice, you can increase your verbal ability to express yourself by up to 60 percent.
The good news: you can learn to juggle.
Juggling is an excellent way to train concentration, speed, a sense of balance and spatial awareness. It also helps to reduce stress.
The following tips ensure that you stick with it:
Consciously plan time for training every day. Keep calm and if it doesn’t work, try again.