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The World Is More Complex, Ergo; Our Brains Are Too The intelligence of your average person is getting higher as the influence of modern technology, travel and cultural intergration are adding to the complexities of life. As we develop in youth, each generation requires more understanding and a higher level... Continue reading
Posted Oct 29, 2013 at Red Hot Healthy Stuff
I have a passing interest in neuroscience, at least enough to get me to read a modest book or two on the subject. What I find every time I delve into the world of the mind, is that the complexities of the human brain are equally astonishing and mysterious. A... Continue reading
Posted Sep 12, 2013 at Red Hot Healthy Stuff
Why Is Sugar Bad For The Brain Then? So we hear a lot about sugar being bad for us and how it can make you fat and rot your teeth, plus it causes energy slumps and diabetes. It's pretty bad. What you may not hear about as much, but might... Continue reading
Posted Sep 3, 2013 at Red Hot Healthy Stuff
There is evidence that those who spend too much time daydreaming are prone to developing Alheimer's Diesease later in life. Whilst the dynamics of this are quite complex, the overarching idea can be brought back to brain function and how the same type of neural processes that enable us to... Continue reading
Posted Sep 2, 2013 at Red Hot Healthy Stuff
What eaxacty is the auditory cortex and what exactly does it do? Located in the cerebral cortex that handles sound in the brain.The auditory cortex is part of the auditory system. Continue reading
Posted Aug 26, 2013 at Red Hot Healthy Stuff
Your brain is the single most complex organ in your body firing billions of neural reactions daily. Every time you do anything your brain is involved in the action, even just a simple thought requires many accessions of the internal workings of your mind. Because of all this huge output,... Continue reading
Posted Aug 22, 2013 at Red Hot Healthy Stuff
The Brain And It's Powers The physiology of the brain suggests that certain compressions and damage to certain areas results in personality changes. Damage to the dorsalateral frontal cortex can impair risk assessment for example. This does not however, imply that all mental changes are from external, physical affections to... Continue reading
Posted Aug 14, 2013 at Red Hot Healthy Stuff
Health is important, but bad habits get in the way of good quality lifestyle choices. Everything from your brain to your heart are affected by the habits you have or the healthy things you do. People do stupd things, that's a no brainer, but consequences can prove more viceral when... Continue reading
Posted May 22, 2013 at Red Hot Healthy Stuff
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