The human brain contains 100 billion neurons that communicate with each other through the axons that carry the signal pulses to distant parts of the brain or body. Thus, when an individual reaches a pencil, the message has been sent to the lightning speed of the brain to the arm and hand and back again – sooner than you realize! The spinal cord also contains the neural pathways that generate reflex responses and motor responses while doing simple activities such as swimming, walking, talking or sitting. The natural way in the modern world today, our brain needs care, as well as our other organs! It may seem odd – but the brain is the only body you need to remember to take care of it! A healthy diet (low salt), and consumption of eight glasses of water a day can help keep the brain nourished and hydrated. A healthy nervous system also depends on the amount of time we have been exercising our brains – and the solution to the puzzle problems can also keep our brains 'oiled'. Another way to support the nervous system is taking time to relax.
Meditation for relaxation or sport can help the brain and nervous system. The. In fact, have been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years to support the healthy functioning of the brain and nervous system. Consider a no harmful side effects. This remedy contains a selection of homeopathic remedies known to promote a calming effect. * Hyoscyamus 30C is beneficial for those who tend to give in to anxiety, often with jerky motion when they are bothered by something.
* Zinc met 30C supports the absorption of minerals in the body. Zinc also acts as a tonic for the nervous system to calm nerves at night and during the day. * Cina 30C probably named after Artemisia – the queen of Persia and renowned herbalist in the fourth century BC homoeopathically is used to relieve irritability, increase tolerance and prevent outbursts. * Chamomilla 12C is a calming homeopathic remedy well known to treat any common nervous spasm.