Peanuts are popular and nutritious foods, containing protein, vitamins, minerals, fiber and primarily unsaturated fat. Since the brain requires all of these nutrients to function properly, peanuts are a good natural source to nourish the brain and nervous system!
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"Light can be used as a powerful brain stimulant"
People often find that they feel more energized with light. This offers a consideration of light as being a powerful natural stimulant which can take the place of drugs. There is great potential
for enhanced well being with the use of light, along with other well known natural stimulants such as green tea and ginseng.
"Low IQ and poor cardiovascular fitness in teens increases risk of early-onset dementia" Possibly being hit with the gradual worsening of cognitive abilities, or dementia, is a significant concern as we age. An increased understanding of this tragic condition often leads younger people to consider making a commitment to healthy lifestyles, such as daily exercise and good nutrition, to help avoid dementia. It appears these measures can be taken relatively early in life to attempt to avoid dementia from setting in as we age.
"Craving for popularity on Facebook may be associated with eating disorders"
Facebook has become the most unusual and hottest internet phenomenon of this era, but there may be some health hazards associated with this phenomenon. The billions upon billions of dollars in profits for Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, has minds dazzled across the USA and worldwide, as new dimensions in entrepreneurship and wealth creation become real due to the high tech revolution. Although many of the anxieties associated with the Facebook phenomenon generally appear to spark off positive drives which are good for your mental health, nevertheless some health problems appear to be associated with letting emotions get out of control on Facebook.
"Many veterans who are prescribed opioids become chronic abusers"
The states of war in Iraq and Afghanistan in recent years has lead to high rates of prescribing of opioids for U.S. military veterans. This has created serious drug abuse problems, with 50 percent of veterans who are prescribed medical opioids continuing to thereafter use them chronically, reported Science Daily. New research says out of nearly 1 million veterans who are prescribed opioids to treat painful conditions, greater than half continue to consume opioids chronically or longer than 90 days.