Saturday, June 27, 2009

Too much thinking can rot your brain!

I just finished reading an article by Amrito MD, over at Osho.com. Here are some of the high points:

  • Recent research has now established that thinking too much can rot the brain.
  • Just as hard labor leaves marks on the hands, hard thinking leaves marks on the brain.
  • It appears that chemicals excreted by thinking cells may not be cleared away quickly enough and may poison and kill the brain cells.
  • Men's brains rot a lot faster than women's.
Isn't this fun to know?
It's almost a no brainer!

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