HRS Invictus Shares The Importance of Keeping Your Brain Healthy

“As early as 20 years of age, our brain starts making some changes when it comes to memory. However, there are many ways to keep your brain fresh and like brand new. At HRS Invictus, we practice different methods to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Group exercises and mini-activities to keep everything active in our professional life; while balancing that into personal as well,” mentions Nikesh Patel, managing director of HRS Invictus. We understand that the day can get hectic and busy, but that doesn’t mean you can’t take five minutes out of your way to make sure you brian stays healthy. “According to a recent study, the brain begins to lose some of its functionality and starts getting smaller. This is why we don’t notice effects right away — we notice them in our old age when we get memory problems or other serious problems,” says Nikesh Patel of HRS Invictus.

There are various methods to try that only take as little as 5-10 minutes per day to make sure your brain is running for a very long time. It’s the most valuable part of your body and keeping it well ensures that you’re taking care of yourself and maintaining well-being.


According to a study, meditation has been related to improving cognitive abilities. We probably won’t notice any effects right away, but if we keep doing this on a daily basis, it’ll prove worthwhile in the more extended run. Finding something that works for you and you enjoy. For example, going to park and breathing in good air, mentally relaxing everything around you will help.

Critical Thinking Games

“Crosswords, puzzles and something as simple as checkers can help your brain. It challenges your mental ability, and because of that, it keeps it sharp in the long run. It helps with memory retention and brings the mind a feeling of being used, and it needs/wants you to use it,” says Nikesh Patel of HRS Invictus.

Good Amount of Sleep

Recently studies show that a lack of sleep and disturbed slumber is linked with Alzheimer’s disease. It’s crazy to know that something as simple as sleep can help us in the long run. It undoubtedly does help, and because of that, we’re able to see that the required amount of sleep is essential for our future well-being.