How To Keep Your Mental Health Strong?

Brain is the driver of our whole body, every function that our body performs is the outcome of the nerves that carry the information from the brain to every part of the body. Even enzymes and hormones work on the command of the reflexes given by the brain.

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Mental health is the most neglected aspect of our whole-body system, even though we are conscious about our health.

Tensions are synonymous with the present-day lifestyle. Children are tensed about getting good grades, parents are tensed about the future of their children. People in jobs are tensed about their performance and promotion. Businessmen are tensed about their business and so are those working in the corporate. The uncertain conditions because of COVID-19 have worsened the tensions manifold as uncertainty grips, everyone.

Hence, we all are in a pool of tension and becoming the victim of all the brain-related problems like mental confusion, irritation, anger, memory loss, personality changes, nausea, vomiting, headache, vision problems, numbness in arms and legs.

In the later stages when the problem persists it may lead to problems like Alzheimer’s, Dementia, brain cancer, epilepsy, Parkinson’s, and insomnia. When we are tense our body produces a stress hormone called cortisol which disbalances the functioning of the brain.