Brain health is crucial, and yet most of us are probably guilty of taking our brains for granted.
As soon as you stop to think about the thousands of incredible feats that our brains help us to achieve every hour of every day, you start to appreciate how brilliant our brains really are – and how we should try to take good care of them.
With that in mind, we’ve nailed down the four most genius, failsafe ways to give your brain some health-focused TLC!
1. Feed Your Brain
If you only eat junk food, or sugary, fat-laden or chemical-laced processed foods, then over time, some aspects of your health will likely be affected. Your brain is not …
The human body is made of water. It accounts for around two-thirds of our overall physiology. Every single cell needs it. Here’s another amazing fact: the human brain is around 75 – 78% water. So how does water affect your brain?
1. Nutrients and Oxygen
Your brain needs a constant supply of oxygen and nutrient-rich blood flow in order for it to function. Water is vital for the purpose of delivering essential elements and nutrients to your brain.
2. Dehydration and Cognitive Function
To put it plainly: when we don’t drink enough water, we cannot think clearly. Dehydration is bad news for your health. Among other things, it affects your skin, energy levels – and the brain.
Posted by: Rhona Reid On February 19, 2019 7:39 pm
Thanks to laser-focused campaigning and an increasing number of celebrities and public figures coming forward to talk openly about their own experiences, we’re all discussing mental health more than ever before.
Despite the conversations around mental well-being being brought further into the light, a recent comprehensive report into the current situation across America makes for bleak reading.
While all mental health concerns you may have should be referred to your doctor…there are five easy and practical steps we can all take to support good mental and emotional well-being!
Ways to Keep Your Mind and Body Healthy
1) Engage in Regular Exercise
Science endorses the hypothesis that exercise is good for mental …