Understanding Mental Illnesses And Their Origin

In the beginning I disliked studying the meaning of terror. This was a sad obligation. However, I had discovered the existence of a wild conscience in the biggest part of the human brain, which generates mental illnesses that end up in terror.

I had to be able to fight absurdity without losing my human conscience. I also had to become more sensitive. When I was a young adult I was insensitive and cruel, but I couldn’t understand this hidden truth.

I related the knowledge given to me by the unconscious mind to the knowledge I could acquire with the experiences I had in life, and to the knowledge I could have by reading numerous scientific books about many different scientific fields. Everything was related, and everything confirmed the same truths.

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What Is The Best Brain Food For You?

The old saying ‘you are what you eat’ is definitely true when it comes to our brains. Our brains are dramatically impacted by our diet. If we eat foods that are rich in fat and cholesterol, our brains tend to suffer from the consequences of hypertension, and the stress on the body inflicted by a high-fat diet. Conversely, if you want to keep your brain in optimal shape, you need to eat a diet that supplies the right combination of nutrients and vitamins, which will keep your brain’s processes humming along quite nicely. Here are profiles of some of the best foods available for boosting mental processes and overall brain health.

Walnuts

It’s a very interesting and fitting coincidence that shelled walnuts look like miniature brains. Their appearance is interesting because walnuts contain high levels of omega 3 which help boost brain function. It is quite interesting to see a nut that looks very similar to a brain be so beneficial for human brains. Omega-3 fatty acids acids help boost overall brain functions while other compounds in walnut help relieve oxidative stress on the brain which helps fend off Alzheimer’s. Additionally, Walnuts contain high levels of Vitamin E, which helps arrest cognitive decline which usually comes with age.

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