9 facts about the brain

We use our brains everyday, Check out these 9 facts so you can be on the top of your game:

1. The brain doesn’t feel pain. This Doesn’t mean you shouldn’t wear a helmet. 
2.Your brain has huge oxygen needs: so bringing attention to your breath and trying to signal everything else out is a great way to get back focus and find inner-peace in chaotic situations. 
3.80% of the brain is water: This means that it is important that you remain properly  hydrated for the sake of your mind.  WE all need at least 8 cups of 8 oz a day maybe more. Tips for drinking more water, chug a nice cold glass of water first thing when you get up in the morning, get a brita – it’s cheaper than bottled water. Get a cool water bottle that holds 20+ oz. 
4.Your brain comes out to play at night: You’d think that your brain is
more active during the day, when the rest of your body is. But it’s not. Your brain is more active when you sleep.  To get a proper nights sleep here are 3 quick tips: Wash your sheets with an  organic laundry soap free of fragrance and other toxic chemicals; Give your brain 6 feet from the next plugged-in device. So charge your phones in another room , give your brain a break from the Electromagnetic fields of radiation it experiences all day. Get rid of the light. Darken your windows , close the blinds, our eyes experience light even when they are closed so don’t mess up your REM cycle with unnatural light. 

5. A higher I.Q. equals more dreams: The smarter you are, the more you dream. A high I.Q. can also fight mental illness. Some people even believe they are smarter in their dreams than when they are awake. Get smarter in your sleep by reading the healthy home and finding out Dr. Wentz take on protecting our sleep by changing minor habits in the bedroom.

6.The brain changes shapes during puberty: Your teenage years do more than just change how you feel; the very structure of your brain changes during the teen years, and it even affects impulsive, risky behavior
7. Your brain can store everything: Technically, your brain has the capacity to store everything you experience, see, read or hear. However, the real issue is recall — whether you can access that information. It makes you wonder how we could achieve total recall. 
8.Information in your brain travels at different speeds: The neurons in your brain are built differently, and information travels along them at different speeds. This is why sometimes you can recall information instantly, and sometimes it takes a little longer.
9. The brain experiences neurological change when praying to God. Checkout Mark Waldman research out in How God changes your brain. 

Use your brain start changing minor habits to become the new you today!