They say laughter is the best medicine. When it comes to your brain, you might add sleep, eating right, exercise or even changing your mind.
Scientists are finding that behaviors affect our neurology — our brain chemistry and brain activity — in profound ways that can replace or supplement pharmacological treatments of even serious mental and physical disorders.
This isn’t about thinking happy thoughts or eating a particular superfood to boost your memory, but experts say there are many specific choices we can make that will physically affect our brains and our mental health.
Read more at: http://www.dallasnews.com/lifestyles/health-and-fitness/health/20150302-how-your-choices-affect-your-brains-health.ece