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low blood sugar
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human brain
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The Light Shined On Blackouts
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The Light Shined On Blackouts

What causes blackouts? Black outs can be caused from many things like low blood sugar, high blood sugar, low blood pressure.

They can even be caused from brain trauma. If you have blackouts and or seizers and your doctor tells you their unexplained. It is most likely due to your brain getting weak. The brain gets weak due to certain factors

· Ageing

· Disorder or disease

· Trauma

· Poor diet

· Stress

· Drugs

· Lack of sleep

All of these factors contribute to the brain shrinking. So when the brain starts to shrink its normal path ways of communication change. So the impulses traveling from nerve ending to nerve ending get lost and or distorted.

For example imagine going home from work and doing the family thing and going to bed. Wake up the next morning to go to work and on your way there the road you normally travel is no longer there.

That would make you scratch your head. Not too big of an issue right? Just turn around and take a different route but as you turn around the road you just came down has a big sink hole and is closed. So now you cannot get home or to work, now comes the short circuit.

This is what happens to the communication lanes in your brain when it’s weak and tired. One case study in point published in the National Academy of Sciences states.

The human brain as marvelous as it is, comes with a hefty price it gets smaller as we get older, contributing to memory loss, reduced drive, and the other cognitive issues of age. The sayings go primates like chimpanzees, our closest relatives and are not afflicted from this ailment.

Scientists say this strange correlation looks be the case of human’s longer life span. Using a Magnetic resonance imaging machine, researchers tested the brains of 87 humans and 69 chimpanzees.

Within the same amount of life time chimps brains did not shrink unlike the human brain that showed significant shrinkage.

Chimpanzees do not normally live past 45 in the wild and have only lived until 60 in captivity. This also shows a strong correlation to not only long life span playing an issue but also stress being a major factor.

No worries though the world is not coming to an end, you are just lost in it. Relax I am just kidding, you can get the old noggin back into shape and running better than it did in its prime. It is an old myth that once you have lost it it’s gone forever.

Most doctors do not know that there are natural products out there that work wonders helping our bodies promote rejuvenation and production and Most of the time you will be back to better than normal in a matter of days.

You must take this matter extremely serious though because the long term magnifications are much worse if not handled. If you do not do something about this problem you are most likely going to develop Alzheimer’s or dementia. All of the research has already been done and the best of the best natural supplements are there to help with this and many other body ailments.

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