Human body is full of extreme sensitivities but we do not realize it on account of recovery or the immunity
power granted to us by nature. This immunity helps us maintain the body disorders to certain levels but on the transition of
time, the resistance power deduces on account of constant health ignorance.
Exposure to wrong life-style and certain kinds of food highly damages our body, directly to important organs/parts
of our body like brain, liver, lungs etc.
Let us check out some of the most grievous habits, we reside within our routine lives.
BRAIN DAMAGING HABITS
The brain is one of the most important and highly complex organs in our body. Little low attention and care
towards our brain can cause severe disorders in the long run.
1. Skipping Breakfast
Skipping the breakfast is the first wrong start of the routine. Omitting breakfast can lower down blood sugar
level. The main job of blood sugar is to supply the necessary nutrients to all our body parts including the brain. As the blood
sugar level reduces, it leads to the inadequate supply of nutrients and results in low metabolism and brain degradation.
Skipping of breakfast also raises our hunger amount and develops the high potential for binge eating.
Excessive eating, compared to our normal tendency, can cause harm to our body in multiple ways. Over eating
hardens our brain arteries, which lead a decrement in mental power. It also stores the excess fat amount in the body, causing
high level of cholesterol in blood and obesity. Over eating can also drive acne on skin due to indigestion.
Smoking directly or exposure to the second hand smoke, both can similarly cause the various damages in our
body. It can low down the ability of our lungs to send the oxygen in various body parts and mainly hindrances the muscle
moments. It causes multiple brain shrinkage and may lead to Alzheimer disease. It can damage and cause oral, lung or brain
4. High Sugar consumption
Sugar is one of the most basic food supplements, which carry the highest health hazard rates. Excessive sugar
interrupts the absorption of proteins and nutrients in our body, causing malnutrition and may interfere with brain development. Sugar can also cause a rapid rise of adrenaline, hyperactivity, anxiety, difficulty in concentrating and premature aging. It
can also produce a significant rise in total cholesterol, simultaneously in obesity.
5. Air Pollution
As the brain is the largest oxygen consumer in our body, exposure to the polluted air is the highest risk on brain. Inhaling polluted air decreases the supply of oxygen to the brain, bringing about a decrease in brain efficiency. Air pollution can also cause headaches, dizziness, reduction in lung functioning, chances of asthma attacks and premature death.
6. Sleep Deprivation
Brain is the highly used organ of our body during the whole day. Therefore, sleep allows our brain to rest. Long term deprivation from sleep accelerates the death of brain cells. Deprivation of sleep can also cause depression, hypertension, slurred speech, irritability, tremors and reduction in reaction times.
7. Head covered while sleeping
While the body is in rest, we need ample of oxygen to revive the body cells. If the oxygen is not supplied properly, it can lead to malfunctioning of body cellular system. Covering the head, while sleeping, increases the concentration of carbon dioxide and decreases the concentration of oxygen in our body. Regular habit can lead to permanent brain damage.
8. Working during sickness
During sickness, our brain already remains in an incapable state of getting into the more process. Working hard or studying while sickness, may lead to a decrease in effectiveness of the brain as well as damage the brain in long run.
9. Talking Rarely
Talking less can deregulate the oxygen flow in the brain. Talking with different kinds of people can render the proper exercise to brain and develops the ability to understand and react properly. It also helps to grasp and understand the different modes of conversation. Most prominently, intellectual conversations promote the efficiency of the brain.