Every part of our lives is controlled by our brain activity.
From our seemingly automatic functions like breathing and our heartbeats to our emotions, how we move and how well we are able to think and process information – it all comes back to the brain.
This is why it is imperative that we take good care of our brains as well as the bodies that house them.
For some people, this is a literal instruction. People who have suffered from tumors, cancer, strokes, aneurysms, etc.
For people who suffer from these problems, treatment often only exacerbates the problem.
Dr. Hrayr Shahinian, a surgeon renowned by the Skull Base Institute, says that old school techniques that have been hard wired into doctors as “the only way to go” can prevent physicians and surgeons from treating patients in the best manner possible.
Of course, the best way to treat brain ailments is to do your best to keep them from happening in the first place (which, believe it or not, is sometimes something you can control) and that means keeping your brain as healthy as possible.
Here are some tips for how to do that: Read the full article…