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  1. In order to use both hemispheres of the brain, you need to perform actions with unusual sides of the body parts. For example, if you are right-handed, periodically try to hold a spoon with your left hand while eating; hammer nails with your left hand; and perform other tasks with the left side of your body.

    In addition, I recommend learning a new craft. The brain likes to be fed new information, as well as new skills and abilities. Examples include learning a foreign language, needlework, cycling sports training, etc.

    Try to do more often what you are not used to or comfortable with. Your consciousness, embedded in the brain, will initially resist actions. But over time, the “opposite skill” will develop.

    In this way, you will not only engage both hemispheres and make them work synchronously, but also increase the quality of your brain, such as thinking critically and flexibly, and increase your analytical abilities.

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