The control organ of the human nervous system is the brain which together with the spinal cord from the central nervous system. The brain is comprised of the cerebrum, the brainstem, and the cerebellum. It commands most of the body activities, elaborating, joining and coordinating the information coming from the sense organs and making decisions according to the directives sent to the body.

The brain is hold and protected by the skull of the head. The largest part of the brain, the cerebrum is divided into two parts. The core of the white matter is covered by a grey matter called the cerebral cortex. It is separated into the neocortex and a smaller allocortex. The neocortex consists of six neuronal layers whereas the allocortex has got three or four ones. Either hemisphere is separated into four lobes.

Scientists have uncovered specialized brain cells in mice which seem to control anxiety levels. The discovery, published on Wednesday in the Journal Neuron, might take to a better medication for anxiety disorders, which strikes almost 1 in 5 adults in the U.S.A.

Everyone faces anxiety one way or another. But to some people, it is a much stronger, scarier force-which never leaves. Anxiety is a naturalistic human response which has a purpose. We shouldn’t just aim to depose it completely. Although you might not suffer from an anxiety-related disorder, you may have had to cope with it and face it in the best way possible. Anxiety consists our world, just as stress, sadness, and happiness do, but the aim is to comprehend how to face it, and how to hold it from becoming unhealthy.

Below written is a list of points that will help us train our brain not to worry about unnecessary things.

1. Sensing anxiety

Anxiety is a constituent of our lives and we have to know how to face it. Chemical imbalances in our brain urge the hormonal changes leading to anxiety. It is also induced by where we live, the way we cope with others around us. If we are too attached to a specific thing, being emotional or physical, if we take too much stress it stimulates anxiety.

2.Monitor whom your body and mind counteract to.

Monitoring is an art and we should understand things patiently. We must see how our brain counteracts in a diverse situation and then prevent it accordingly. A small alteration in two alike situations might make your body and mind counteract diversely. This helps you be more aware and not get taken aback when there is a change in the end. You will be more conscious of how to react in different situations.

3.Outface hard thoughts

Many things occur every day. Instead of worrying about them, we choose to ignore them because it would stimulate anxiety. These thoughts are complex and hesitant. We live with the fear that these thoughts would trigger us more and therefore we choose not to dig into them. But we will always live in such fear if we don’t cope with the problem. Instead of not thinking about it, we must learn how to control it.

4.Train the brain

Our mind controls our body. The way we think, speak and behave is controlled by our minds. We must train our minds in being calm while in stressful situations. A calm mind will help us solve our problems in the best way possible. Easier said than done, but we have to be resistant and have a peaceful mind to start with.