Did you ever think “I don’t have enough time to work out” or “I don’t have time to count calories” or “I can’t find the time to go to the Doctor”??? Ok at some point or another we all say those things. We worry about the wrong things. We give our time to the wrong things, and too much time for that matter.
Do you feed your brain on a regular basis? Have you ever thought of taking something be it drug or supplement? I think we all have but here’s the difference between the 2 options. The prescription is a quick fix and wears off then in order to get back to that state you need to take more. This becomes habit forming and not healthy for the long term user.
Do you find yourself engaged in conversations that are going nowhere? Do you look for things in your home and can’t seem to find them? Do you enter a room and forget what your doing in there? You probably suffer from “brain drain.” Brain drain is a slang term for a significant loss of short term memory, loss of clarity.
I listened to a woman tell a story about her experience at work. She goes on to say that she has held a position there for 5 years and she thought she knew how the whole place worked. She was called into the Supervisors office only to be asked to move up to a managerial position. She was very excited about the increase in pay and the perks that went with the promotion.