10 Hazardous Brain-Damaging Habits that You Must Discontinue

10 Hazardous Brain-Damaging Habits that You Must Discontinue - pixorangeNo Breakfast

Breakfast is the most vital meals of the entire day. After a long night without food, it can lead to an deficient supply of nutrients to the brain. If it continues regularly in a lifetime, it may cause brain degeneration.


Over and above helping gain weight, feel inflated and damaging our confidence, overeating also causes hardening of arteries of brain, which can result in reduced mental power.


The freakiest side-effect of smoking is that it causes “multiple brain shrinkage”. It is also taken as a alleged reason causing Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia-related ailments.

High Sugar Consumption

Leaving the sugar habit brings you more health advantages that most people realize. if you are still not convinced, produces that high sugar consumption has been exposed to disrupt the body’s ability to absorb proteins and nutrients, causing nutrition and matters of brain development. We may be starving ourselves, but do not recognize it.

Air Pollution

The brain requires substantial amount of oxygen to function properly (the reason that people pass out very quickly or even succumb to death when deprived of air even for a short time) and constant inhaling pollution reduces the supply of oxygen to the body, leading to a decline in brain efficiency.

Sleep Deprivation

Long- time sleep deficiency expedites the death of brain cells.

Covering head While Sleeping

The activity cuts your oxygen intake at night. As you are asleep, you may not even realize that you become light-headed or deprived of air. There is also the chance of inhaling excessive carbon dioxide.

Working Your Brain in Illness

When the body illustrates signs of illness, it is merely the body’s manner of telling us we need to SLOW DOWN and reassess the present lifestyle. It is ALSO telling us that the BRAIN requires a break!

Lacking in Inspiring Thoughts

Thinking is a powerful device and during all the years of your life, the thoughts you reflect create new corridors in the brain.

Talking Rarely

Conversing with friends helps your brain to nurture and develop. Taking part in academic conversations stretches and strengthens your brain and helps the effectiveness of the brain over time.