Brain-related disorders rank as the second leading cause of death globally, underscoring the need for prioritizing brain health.
Early intervention and awareness can significantly improve outcomes and prevent fatalities from neurological disorders.
Recognize World Brain Day on July 22, a platform fostering awareness about neurological disorders and the importance of brain health.
Over 1 billion people worldwide live with neurological disabilities; raising awareness can reduce this burden and enhance quality of life.
Brain stroke, migraines, dementia, meningitis, and epilepsy are prevalent; promoting brain health can effectively prevent and manage these conditions.
Adopting a healthy lifestyle, balanced diets, regular exercise, and proper sleep can prevent many neurological disorders.
A healthy brain contributes to mental clarity, emotional stability, and strong social connections, enhancing overall well-being.