A person's mental health, I believe, is the most important asset he/she possesses. After all, everything that we as a species achieved stems in our brain. It is, in fact, what separates man from beasts. Yet few of us know how to take good care of our brain, let alone go above and beyond to improve it. In this article, I would like to show you 4 things you can do, one for each week, to attain a sharper brain. Ready yet? Here goes. The first thing you should do is to alter your diet. Nutrition is the building blocks of your brain. Consume more green vegetables and if you're already a vegetarian, make sure you supplement your diet with vitamin B12.
It is estimated that three million Americans suffer from panic or anxiety disorders each year. All these people want is to know how to cure panic attacks so they can live their life free of fear and anxiety. Panic and anxiety attacks can happen anywhere and at any time, and if you suffer from panic or anxiety attacks then you know how difficult this problem can be. However, once you understand how to cure your panic disorders you will be able to live a normal life again. If you want to know how to cure panic attacks, the very first thing you need to know is what triggers your fears. When you are scared or frightened your body reacts to the threat by pumping more adrenaline through your body and this triggers the fight or flight response.
Drugs or Direction, that is the question.... Yesterday walking through the airport between an eatery and the wireless electronics store there was a big yellow sign that said something like this: Are you distracted? Do you lose focus easily? Do you forget things? You could have ADHD, send us a text or find us on the web at (some website). The website isn't really their site of course. After reading the sign and looking around for a minute it hit me. What better place to try and convince people they have ADHD than an airport. Everyone is either in a hurry so they forget something, or bored out of their mind so they lose focus and are easily distracted.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or commonly known to us as ADHD is a mental deficit that results in behavioral disorders such as inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsiveness. It takes shape in early childhood, but can continue through adulthood too. School-going children are often diagnosed with ADHD, however it must be noted that symptoms of inattentiveness or hyperactivity alone should not be confused with ADHD. As ADHD is hard to diagnose, many a time a hyperactive child maybe declared as having ADHD, but it may not be so. Symptoms that indicate the possibilities of a child or an adult having ADHD are mainly hyperactivity, impulsiveness or inattention, but inactivity, dullness and lethargy could also be considered as symptoms of ADHD.
Common companions for a lot of people who suffer from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (or OCD) symptoms are OCD workbooks. Similar to that of a diary or journal, these workbooks can be very helpful in tracking the progress of how well someone is doing while following a certain method of treatment, as well as many other things involved with their problem, like keeping a record of the user's efforts from day to day. More specifically, this sort of journal will help the person as they write down information about what they did when following each step that their chosen program describes, and any results from those efforts. When fighting OCD symptoms, this really is a good option and a helper that is easy to use.
Early onset dementia symptoms are not always easy to spot, or diagnose. Dementia can be defined as a persistent decline in intellectual function: It involves: Memory Problem Solving And Learning It is characterized by: Short-Term Memory Loss The Inability to complete everyday, simple tasks Confusion Impaired Judgment (such as walking into traffic); getting lost in familiar places And Paranoia If you forget where you put your glasses, you are forgetful If you forget you wear glasses, you may have dementia If you have some memory loss, but it does not interfere with normal activities, you probably do not have dementia Also considered a dementia, or causes of dementia, are nervous system diseases such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, Pick's disease, and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.