Thursday, February 4, 2016

Complain all the time will damage your brain

A study that uses neuroscience research shows that listening to people who complain much can be harmful to the brain. Too much negativity has some impact on the brain. It is possible to examine our brain activity through methods such as EEG or MRI. Although each method has its weak points, Trevor Blake says to explain how and why the constant negativity affects our brain.

Complain all the time will damage your brain

Trevor Blake is the author of "Three simple steps: a map to success in business and life." The book explains how anyone can reshape his mind to increase creativity, accomplishment and serenity. Trevor Blake explains that the human brain is like a muscle more than you can imagine. He added: "If you're stuck for a long time, somewhere, listening to a negative person, you are more likely to behave in the same way she did. "

Being constantly surrounded by negativity and people who complain a lot can be bad in many ways, for the brain. Listen passively and continuously someone complain, can have serious side effects and can even alter brain function.

The quality of thoughts and emotions that we have a direct impact on the quality of our life and our performance, but also on our physical and psychological health and those around us.