Aiming for a healthy mind-Enhancing the human brain
Adesh Chaurasia- Human Brain
The human brain is the soul of the human nervous system. It controls involuntary activities such as respiration, digestion, and heartbeat, which are also known as automatic functions of the body. This organ also controls other conscious activities that are considered higher-order activities like reasoning, abstraction, and thought. The human brain is superior to any other brain of any other living species that are known to humankind.
The brain is also the center by which other human characteristics are defined. Creativity, for example, is much associated with the brain. So is personality. The brain lets us make decisions and define colors and smells. This organ controls every other perceived activity of the human body.
However, the human brain, as strong and as invincible as it may look, is not going to stay that way forever. As with any other part of the body, the human brain will wither in the future. One’s lifestyle and all other external factors will take a toll on the human brain. As one grows old, the human brain will become slower in terms of functioning and rejuvenating itself. However, there are ways on how to enhance the power of the human brain as age catches up. This article tries to give some useful tips on how to do just that.
Live a healthy lifestyle
The brain is an integral part of human anatomy. It is probably the most important organ in the body; but of course, we all know that every other organ in the body works for the others to function properly. The human brain is subject to the lifestyle of the person who owns it. If the person loves alcohol, he may not fully reap the powers of his brain. Alcohol and other dangerous substances destroy brain cells. An alcoholic will argue that “I’ve been using only ten percent of my brain, drinking will activate the other 90% of it.” This is a total fallacy. This premonition was formulated in the 1800s and there is no truth in it. The brain is a lifetime organ, so we must preserve and protect it.
Eat the right foods
Eating the right sets of food will benefit the brain. The brain is the most active part of the body. Even when one sleeps, the brain remains active and vibrant. The brain will appreciate it if one eats the right and balanced sets of food. The sad thing is that the brain is usually taken for granted when it comes to having a balanced meal or a workout because people are so focused on developing their outside looks. It’s about time that we give the brain a break.
Engage in proper exercise
Proper exercise is good for the brain and not only for the body. The human brain needs a well-balanced life.
Release stress once in a while
Releasing stress is necessary to be able to clear the brain from all the difficulties and the clouds in one’s life. One must take time to get into a relaxing mood and a good night’s sleep. The brain is an organ to be cherished. No individual will ever be able to live his life to the fullest if his brain is not functioning well. A brain that is cared for will result in a more active and fulfilling life.
A Healthier Body Comes When You Better Your Brain’s Power!
The human brain is a multifaceted organization of cells and around fifty million neurons that work with utmost complexity to keep you going healthy and strong. It is believed to be five times bigger than an average brain of a mammal with the same body size. In human beings, the frontal lobes and the fore-brain are especially expanded since these parts are the ones responsible for self-control, planning, and reasoning. Thus, for you to have a stronger and healthier body, try to better your brain. A healthier mind means a healthier body.
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It is during our childhood, or the early stage of our lifespan that the development of the brain and the central nervous system is critical. As we grow older, the body’s capacity to absorb nutrients is weakened. Thus, it becomes more difficult for us to protect ourselves from illnesses, injuries, and stresses. Simultaneously with our aging process, we also lose neurons, or commonly called brain cells. Unlike the other body cells, the neurons do not regenerate nor do they replicate; and they cannot repair themselves. Because of this, our brain is not able to perform as well as when we were younger.
Thus, to keep our brains performing well, we have to follow some dos and don’ts. This way we can help our brain maintain its fitness and strength.
Author- Adesh Chaurasia
He is an active learner, author, and speaker when it comes to the subject of national development through scientific and relational ways. He presents his knowledge about his line of work in such a simple yet engrossing manner that it reaches out to the people to enhance their knowledge and put it to good use.