Brain-Damaging Habits

High glucose in the blood decreases the production of brain-derived neurotrophic (BDNF), which is an imperative chemical for the brain to make new memories and learn new things.

1. High sugar consumption

It’s been more than a year since I stepped inside the office. Modern technology and the pandemic accelerated screen time in the past couple of years.

negatively impact your mental health

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We all know that our central nervous system is our body’s main information highway.

Sleep deprivation

Walking past the gleaming Cadillac years ago, I entered a store to answer their Help Wanted ad. I was young, just starting out after college with two children and another on the way.


Over time, stress hormones from multitasking can damage the memory center in the brain. Focus on one task at a time for better efficiency and memory.


We aren’t always motivated to go to the gym or stick to our health goals. You can easily observe the gyms spike in January, but it drops off a few weeks later.

No movement

He got his rewards from his "success" as a Color Tile district manager and was a stranger to his family. Color Tile was long out of business but his family lived on.

Bad hearing

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