Some are born with an inherent knowledge that the body needs. Others are easily led astray and lead to fashion, popularity and group pressure to avoid things. There is also provision of bodies or otherwise participate in harmful substances. In my case, my body could not tolerate chemicals or anything that affects the brain. It was directed towards my great desire for knowledge and my intelligence to be number one.
The lessons learned are that when we are young there is an effect on aging and to face diseases and losses that have accumulated for years. Good maintenance of the body is to avoid anything toxic and this includes dangerous walking in carnations.
The latest fashion is to travel in vehicles that cause falls and sudden stops, such as some crazy thrill on a proper roller coaster. Seeing one of these recently, it was hard for me to believe that people not only put their bodies at risk, but also name their children to have fun. The human brain is soft and very easily damaged.
The body warns of imminent danger through adrenaline glands and sensations that many find addictive. As the adrenaline flows, the heart rate rises and gives us a flight or fight experience. In other words, he prepares to recover from the damage.
When the body suddenly stops, the skull and brain collide. It causes a degree of injury and may even lead to death or paralysis. But this should not happen immediately, as a late response can see the effects of the effect several hours after the event or even a day later.
Nausea headache; dizziness; Memory problems; Irritability; Also, balance and sleep difficulties may persist. Look at these symptoms and compare them with patients with Alzheimer’s or dementia. With the latter, major changes occur in brain functions that involve memory loss. While the two have no proven relationship to support linking, this does not mean that it is not correct.
Medications also affect the brain and taking pills on a regular basis can also lead to the onset of Alzheimer’s or dementia. While no studies are showing that this is the case, it is still a matter of common knowledge.
If someone is looking for a fitness diet, start with a brain and everything else will surely follow. He has the ability to tell us when we are making a mistake. On the other hand, drugs interfere with that side of nature. We educate the brain about what we do for our bodies. If we fill ourselves up with things like candy and alcohol, and we tell you that weird adrenaline is a quick fix, then a change in that vital organ will inspire us to take more.
Norma Holt possesses knowledge that allows her to understand many problems. Political, health, social and behavioral problems are usually on her discussion list, as well as anything that has to do with the soul and rebirth of the universe that she experienced. He is happy to hear from any of his readers.