Some are born with a built in knowledge of what one’s body requires. Others are quickly mistaken and led by fashion, popularity, and peer pressure into things that ought to prevent. There is also the physical bodies willingness or otherwise to take part of damaging compounds. In my case my body could not tolerate chemicals or anything that impacted the brain. This was advised by my keen desire for knowledge and making my ability number one.
The lessons discovered are that what we do when we are young has an effect on aging and on what problems and handicaps we will face as the grow older. Good body maintenance is about stopping anything harmful and that includes even harmful rides at carnivals.
The latest trend is to take rides on vehicles that cause a drop and sudden stop, as in some crazy tract roller coaster adventures. Watching one of these recently it was difficult for me to believe that people not just put their bodies at risk but also their children in the name of having a good time. The human brain is soft and could be damaged easily.
The body alerts of certain danger through the epinephrine glands. As adrenalin flows it increases the heart beat and provides us with a flight or fight experience. In short, it prepares for healing from harm. As the body jerks into a rapid stop the cranium and brain collide. This produces a degree of bruising and can even result in death or paralysis. But that doesn’t have to happen instantly as delayed response may see the impacts of injury several hours or even a day after the event.
Headaches; sickness; faintness; memory problems; frustration; as well as balance and sleeping difficulties may follow. Look at these signs and compare them to those of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia patients. With the latter there are wide changes in brain functions that include memory issues. While there is no effective correlation to support the linking of the two it doesn’t mean it is not cure.
Medications also hurt the brain and taking pills on a daily basis may also be leading to the beginning of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. While there are no research to prove this is the case it’s still a matter of good sense. If one is looking for a workout program then begin with the brain and all other pursuits will surely follow. It has the capability to tell us when we are going wrong. Drugs, however, obstruct with that side of nature. We instruct the brain by what we do to our bodies. If we stuff ourselves with things like sweets and liquor, and tell it that the odd epinephrine rush is OK, then changes in that major organ will force us to take more of it.