Sure, most of us would like to close our brains off every once in awhile, watching TV, getting a couple of hours of sleep, or a couple of glasses of wine. But the health of our brains may be endangered even if the connection is not apparent. Denying our brains of necessary nutrients makes us vulnerable to psychological disorders, such as anxiety or depression, as well as disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease, epilepsy, stroke, and cancer.
It’s easy to forget that if your head is at rest, your mind could be suffering. And, while ailments are a consequence of lifestyle, diet and genetics, your brain activity could be playing an important role.
The following are 7 dangerous habits that damage your brain – quitting them in combination with the advice of your doctor, can make a major difference in your bodily and mental wellness.