Brain Wellness

Whatever dilemma you may find yourself in, whether dealing with addiction, any form of mental health disturbance, or life altering traumatic stress, our team of professional healthcare providers is always ready to lend a helping hand.

Brain Wellness

To maximize the efficiency of our programs, we promote the principle of brain wellness as a positive reinforcement to a speedier and more effective recovery.

Understanding Brain Wellness

Your brain is the chief control manager of your whole body. It holds responsibility for your:

  • Thinking and reasoning abilities
  • Active physical performance and behavior in everyday life
  • Verbal output
  • Emotional condition

In a nutshell, your brain plays a major role in defining your personality. Considerable damage to any region of your brain, whether physically or chemically, has the potential to dramatically alter your personality. Here are some factors that may cause damage to your brain:

  • Diseases that are left untreated (like meningitis)
  • Several concussions
  • Neurological afflictions
  • Substance abuse

Said factors significantly affect brain functions. They considerably alter your thought and behavior patterns and redefine your habits in drastic ways.

Holding the highest post in your overall physical, psychological and emotional health, your brain is a vital organ that should be properly taken care of. By preserving and maximizing brain wellness, you are making yourself less susceptible to mental health disorders. Furthermore, if you happen to already be suffering from one form of mental health disorder or another, then you will be relieved to find that placing extra attention and effort into brain wellness will aid in a quicker recovery response.

“Exercising our brains systematically is as important as exercising our bodies. In my experience, ‘Use it or lose it’ should really be ‘Use it and get more of it.'" Dr. Elkhonon Goldberg – Neuropsychologist, Clinical Professor of Neurology New York University School of Medicine

Below are the points that constitute and affect brain wellness:

  • Cognitive health. There is a link between your cognitive health status and your addiction or mental health disorder tendencies. With an improved cognitive function, rehabilitation and recovery are made easier.
  • Nutrition. Your diet affects not only your bodily functions but also your brain functions. Following a healthy diet promotes brain wellness.
  • Sleep and relaxation. Getting enough rest is great not only for your body, but also for your brain.
  • Physical activity. Exercise is a proven stress and anxiety reliever. It stimulates the release of endorphins, or mood enhancers, in your body. Its benefits cover the physical, mental and emotional aspects.

“Individuals who lead mentally stimulating lives, through education, occupation and leisure activities, have reduced risk of developing Alzheimer’s symptoms. Studies suggest that they have 35 – 40% less risk of manifesting the disease.” Dr. Yaakov Stern

If you have inquiries, please feel free to contact us. We truly hope that you get the best out of our programs, and continue on to the path of recovery and wellness you deserve. It will be our pleasure to assist you even in the most difficult periods in your recovery process.

“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.” Albert Einstein


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