A healthy brain in a healthy body : Steps to follow | August 14, 2020
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Many people look after their bodies by working out and using sunscreen to protect their skin. But we still shouldn’t neglect the most important organ of the body: the brain.

This small but powerful organ acts as a control center, operating the rest of the body’s systems and keeping it in good working condition. Researchers still consider the functioning of the brain is still a mystery, yet they have found out how people’s daily choices can positively impact the brain.

 

Avoid stress.

 

 

Constant stress can harm the brain and the nervous system. A study published in 2014 by researchers at the University of Berkeley shows how chronic stress causes problems that can sometimes cause mental illness and disorders in both learning and behavior.

We all know that stress is unavoidable, but you can manage it well. Play sports, spend time with friends, laugh, listen to good music, and read a lot.

 

Socialize.

Social engagement with others is one of the best things a person can do to improve brain health, according to Jessica Langbaum, Associate Director of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Initiative. Just a small talk can do a lot of good.

Human interaction builds your sense of well-being and renews your connection with the world you live in. Hanging out with friends and family takes away anxiety and depression, and conversation stimulates brain functions, stimulates memory and reflection.

Being socially active can also protect people from the negative effects of cortisol, the main stress hormone. A study published in the American academic journal Neurology shows that High levels of this hormone can affect memory.

Researchers have developed a diet that may…

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