Using your less dominant hand for simple tasks really stimulates the brain. Switch hands for small tasks, like eating or brushing your teeth, to boost your brain!
Did you know that Leonardo da Vinci, Benjamin Franklin, Mahatma Gandhi and Albert Einstein were ambidextrous? They all were equally skilled in using both their right and their left hand. By using both hands equally, they increased use of both sides of their brain.
Both sides of the brain are also used during our various interactive sessions at the 5th EAN Congress in Oslo next year! Check on your neurons during the EAN Brain Challenge – or you could cast your votes with your less dominant hand during Interactive Sessions! Find the full scientific programme here.
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