WHAT IS BRAIN HEALTH?
The brain is a complex and vital organ. Our brains are always changing and control every aspect of us – overseeing our daily lives.
Brain health includes our ability to maintain an active and clear mind and to help us focus, play, learn and remember. We draw on our brains to help us practise judgement, logic, wisdom, and perspective, among other things.
But the brain’s function is affected by stress, and it deteriorates with age.
Good brain health is crucial to living a long and healthy life. The brain is instrumental in controlling your body’s functions and helping your mind be active and clear in order to live a well-balanced life.
It’s especially vital to reduce the risk of cognitive decline as we age. Partly, this is about reducing the effects of stress on our brains right now. But, it’s also about doing things to keep our ageing brains healthy and nourished over time.
Your brain changes throughout your life and brain health is always important, but particularly at around middle age – 40 to 65 years – when changes start occurring in the brain. As we age, a gradual decrease occurs in our mental capabilities. Brain health includes looking not only after your brain but also your body and heart.
Positive lifestyle choices can maintain and significantly improve the health of our brains and bodies.
Maintaining/improving your brain health is important for your general health and for many other reasons, including reducing your risk of dementia and lowering risk of chronic diseases such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes.
Some vital activities to maintain good brain health are:
- Physical exercise – to increase blood flow and stimulate new brain cell growth.
- Mentally challenging your brain – new and/or challenging activities help build new brain cells and strengthen connections.
- Looking after your mental health.
- Caring for your heart – conditions that may affect your heart such as high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, and high cholesterol should be checked regularly.
- Social activity – socialising can help build new brain cells and strengthen connections.
- Healthy diet – including fish, fruit and vegetables, healthy fats, and lean meats to function effectively.
What are Nootropics?
Nootropics are natural, man-made nutritional supplements designed to improve cognitive function, including memory, creativity, motivation and executive function, as well as offering health benefits for the brain.
Of Greek origin, the word nootropic can be broken down as – noos meaning thought, or mind; tropos meaning to turn towards, or trepin, meaning to bend.
Because they are non-toxic and offer health benefits, nootropics differ from cognition enhancers such as caffeine.
There are currently over 80 known nootropics which can include herbs, vitamins, amino acids and antioxidants, among others.
While some nootropics are short-term enhancers, others are designed to improve mental performance and cognitive health on a long-term basis when taken regularly.
Our nootropic supplements are herbal, natural, premium quality, vegan, and research-backed. Read the science behind E2B Vital Mind to learn more!
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