Attention should be paid to exacerbation of brain fatigue when using central system drugs
Injuries and illnesses may require the help of medications. However, no matter how good a drug is, we believe that there should be a minimum risk management based on the fact that "there is no drug without side effects."
In particular, it has been pointed out that drugs that act on the central system have a harmful effect on the brain cleaning system (glymphatic system) and exacerbate brain fatigue (brain overwork). This cleaning system works mainly during sleep to prevent deposition of β-amyloid, the causative agent of Alzheimer's.
Long-term use of painkillers and psychotropic drugs (chemicals that pass through the blood-brain barrier into the brain) can therefore increase the risk of dementia.
In this article, I have attached a clipped image that explains the side effects of such a drug. Please use it as a reference. About polypharmacythis pagePlease see
So, before looking at the image, I would like to talk a little about the medical view that does not rely on drugs in the first place.
A view of medicine that does not rely on drugs
The brain secretes its own best drugs (such as oxytocin and serotonin) in a process that transforms the brain by non-invasively (and safely) promoting brain elastic plasticity (the brain's self-healing ability and rewiring of neural circuits). To do.
Humans have a system to protect themselves by secreting their own hormones - the ultimate drug with no side effects.
human life system
There are individual differences in the results of BReIN, but those who successfully switch on will see changes that overturn the common sense. In that case, you may be able to acquire a medical and health perspective that does not rely on drugs.
BReIN has almost no drug-like side effects. It is an integrative therapy that pursues safety thoroughly. For more information on BReINthis pagefor more information.
Clipped images of articles published in weekly magazines, etc.
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