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Take your brain on vacation


Take your brain on vacation.

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There's a growing body of scientific evidence that shows travel is very good for your mental health. Taking a vacation helps prevent burnout because it's a chance to "hit the reset button" on stress and anxiety. Your brain needs to reboot every once in a while to perform at optimum capacity.

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Getting outside your comfort zone and embracing the unfamiliar can make apositive impact on your brain's neuroplasticity. People who travel to new places, keep learning languages, and continue to experience new things are far less likely to develop cognitive decline. A change of scenery wakes up your brain and takes it off autopilot. Our surroundings affect how our brain functions.

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Not only relaxing while on holiday is good for your brain, but also planning your trip. When we look forward to doing something fun, it triggers a release of dopamine, a neurotransmitter that helps control the brain's reward and pleasure centers. It can boost your mood!

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Vacation days should be used to maintain a healthy work-life balance. So go ahead and plan your next vacation. Neuroscience says it's good for you.

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