Habits cause brain damage.

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        There are habits that can adversely affect brain cells, increasing the risk of psychosis, depression and stroke.

Regularly skipping breakfast can cause low blood sugar and that is very bad for the brain.

After a long and stressful day at work, your brain and body need a break. A constant lack of sleep can lead to serious brain damage, causing brain cells to die.

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Forcing yourself to work even when you are sick not only reduces the quality of your work, but also seriously damages your brain.

Consuming too much sugar will interfere with the body’s ability to absorb protein, as well as nutrients. The result is malnutrition, or problems related to brain development.

Overeating: Studies show a surprising link between obesity and dementia. Therefore, eating too much can also adversely affect the brain, causing memory loss and other brain functions.

Smoking damages cell membranes and reduces the viability of nerve cells, adversely affecting the brain, reducing memory and cognitive ability.

Let the body get dehydrated: Our body is made up of 70% water, so it is very important for the brain. Dehydration adversely affects the brain, causing loss of control and endangering life.

Drinking too much alcohol will destroy the connection between brain cells, impair memory, cause loss of behavioral control.

Lazy brainstorming and thinking: The main function of the brain is thinking, when you are lazy to brainstorm and think, your brain size will decrease.

Talk less and shy away from communication: Participating in conversations can help increase brain receptivity, further promoting brain development.

Prolonged stress can also have negative effects throughout the body, including the brain. When you’re constantly under stress, the hormone cortisol builds up in your brain and causes lasting damage.

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