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Brain Health 101: Collection to Boost Your Brain Function

 The brain is by far the most mysterious of our organs, which isn’t particularly helpful given the multitude of devastating diseases originating in our brain. Still, medicine has made enormous progress in the past few decades that enable all of us to take better care of our brain health. We now know, for example, that nutrition and exercise are both key players in brain health, and we know that our brain health is linked with the rest of our body in often surprising ways. This handy collection of 8 informative articles will cover all the brainy topics we mentioned, and more, so make sure to give it a quick look.
There's something about being in nature, it has the magical ability to comfort you, especially in times when you need it most. Personally, I have found that stepping outside, breathing in the natural air on my off days, helps bring me back to my center and regain my focus. But it's not just my take on things. research too, consistently finds that nature has a profound impact on the brain.
 
The brain is responsible for controlling all movement, thought processing, and sensations in the human body. The brain regulates every single movement your body makes, from raising your arms in the air to walking in a straight line and blinking your eyes. So take care of it, learn about 10 superfoods that can help fight off mental illnesses, increase memory power and keep your brain healthier. 
 
We’ve heard about foods that damage our heart, liver, and digestive system, but what about those that damage the most important organ in our body – the brain? It’s more than likely that you’ve felt tired or groggy after eating lunch – most likely because you ate something that affected your brain in some manner. In that case, which foods should you be avoiding in order to keep your mind sharp, and which can you have in moderation?
 
In your private garden or in the spice drawer in your home is a world full of herbs and spices that improve not only the taste of food but can also improve health. Studies have shown that the following 9 plants have medicinal properties that can contribute to the function of one of the most important organs for us - the brain. With a small addition to your daily diet, these herbs will help your brain perform most efficiently in a healthy and nutritious way.
 

The brain is the most high-powered organ that we have and it requires the right amount and type of fuel to work properly. When we don’t give it the right fuel, it slows us down, decreases our focus, and makes us unhappy and demotivated. If you want to maximize your brainpower to help increase your focus, think more clearly, and live a much happier and potentially longer life, then pay close attention as we’re about to give you the top nutrients that you need to maximize your brainpower and what foods to include in your diet in order to get them.

 
The human brain is a 3 kg computer - it is the command and control center that runs our lives and is involved in everything we do, the way we think, feel, act, and how well we get along with other people, our brain also determines what kind of person we are - are we considerate or polite, or otherwise rude? Optimizing your brain function is necessary for maximizing your abilities, whether at work, leisure or in relationships with the people closest to you. Therefore, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with the following tips to improve your brain's performance. 
 
It's in human nature to feel sadness. Every life is filled with ups and downs, tragedy and comedy, kindness and cruelty. It is a part and parcel of who we are and an important part of our journey. But for some people, the struggles often don’t end with the event that triggered the sadness. Nowadays, more and more people are suffering from depression and other mental ailments, at young ages also, and the explanation goes well beyond a singular circumstance, or an individual's inability to be happy or find strength. In fact, most mental health problems that people face can be understood from a purely chemical standpoint.
 
The brain is a part of our body, so of course, it's connected and influenced by our body, you may think. And while this basic assumption is definitely at the heart of the findings we will discuss here, the ways in which our brains are interconnected with the other organs and systems of our body can be quite unexpected, with things like hydration level and specific foods having a profound influence on our mind.
 
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