The world around us is perceived through our Sensory Organs, sending different stimuli that generate a change and a response at a Physical and Chemical level that is later transformed into Electrical Impulses that are distributed through our Nervous System, functioning as a channel or a path that leads to the most important organ, the brain. This later generates the information that gives rise to Sensory Perception, which allows us to interact with the world, know it and mobilize ourselves in it.
Contrary to what many might think, there are habits and actions we take that damage our neural cells. The human brain is one of the most complex systems in nature, but it is also relatively fragile.
The balances it needs to stay in good health can be altered by a variety of situations and, in particular, are greatly affected by the harmful habits that destroy our neurons.