The Science Behind Your Thoughts – by Neuvana

We’ve all heard about how powerful our thoughts can be on our overall wellness. But…have you ever stopped to analyze your thoughts throughout the day to see how they were affecting your mood? Studies show that actively focusing on positive or negative thoughts can rewire your brain and impact your general health. To understand how your thoughts affect you, we need to understand the science behind it.

(PRUnderground) November 5th, 2019

Effects Of Positive Thinking On Your Brain

According to Psychology Today, research shows that happiness and positive thinking can:

  • Stimulate the growth of nerve connections.
  • Improve cognition by increasing mental productivity.
  • Improve your ability to analyze, think, and solve problems faster.
  • Affect your view of your surroundings.
  • Increase attentiveness and creativity.
  • Lead to more happy thoughts.

Effects Of Negative Thinking On Your Brain

Negative thinking doesn’t just make you feel down in the dumps. Studies show that negative thoughts can:

  • Make it difficult to process information and think clearly.
  • Decrease your ability to problem-solve.
  • Increase stress levels.
  • Affect your view of your surroundings.
  • Increase the potential of developing a mental disorder.
  • Lead to more negative thoughts.

As you can see, your thoughts don’t just affect your mood. They have the potential to rewire your brain and overall health in positive or negative ways.

Ways You Might Increase Positive Thinking

  • Go for a walk. Exercise has been shown to release endorphins and dopamine, a chemical that induces happiness, positivity, and reduces stress.
  • Surround yourself with positivity. As human beings, the people we interact with and environments we are in have a direct relationship with the way we think.
  • Make a gratitude list. Forcing yourself to see the world in a brighter light can train your brain into thinking positively.
  • Get some sleepA good night’s sleep can help you create memories, make decisions, and clear out toxins.
  • Xen May Help. Xen is specially designed to deliver gentle electrical signals to your vagus nerve, promoting a deeper state of relaxation, which may increase positive thinking.

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About Neuvana

At Neuvana we strive to continually improve people’s lives through Neuroscience. Our products provide increased overall wellness – calmness, balance, and rejuvenation.

The fact is that many people have a great deal of difficulty finding a way to relax. Even those that can never actually realize total joy while attempting to relax. Nervana is attempting to change all of that. You can find complete total relaxation and easily control your mood without ever taking a pill or spending hours a day trying to stimulate that response. Nervana is a one of a kind stimulator that works with any type of MP3 player or music players to stimulate the pleasure producing neurotransmitters that neuroscientists have known about for decades. There are only a few ways to stimulate this reflex. It can be induced chemically through targeted pharmaceuticals. Of course with pharmaceuticals, there is a wide range of negative side effects. You can also try to meditate to excite the reflex but it can be time-consuming and does not work for everyone.

Nervana is a targeted method of getting the response you want to feel calmer, happier without the negative side effects of chemicals or the time it takes to reach the level of meditation that you need too. Nervana is a completely safe option that helps most people to get to that deep relaxation state that they strive for. It can improve how you navigate your entire life. It is backed by years of research, its portable and it can be used anywhere! It can be life-changing. Reducing stress changes everything.

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