Must Try 6 Natural Methods To Detox Your Brain Quickly | Mental Health Tips

Although your brain isn’t in the direct line of fire when it comes to toxic exposure like other organs and systems in your body, there are a handful of toxins that have an affinity for your brain and can drastically disrupt its function. 
Of these toxins, heavy metals are by far the most pervasive. Unfortunately, millions of people around the world are walking around with toxic levels of mercury, aluminum, tin, lead, and manganese. These metals have an affinity for your brain and irritate your nervous system. They interfere with neurotransmission and brain communication and reduce signaling chemicals and neurotransmitter function — leaving your brain disorganized and fried. Mercury is a potent neurotoxin that can deposit in your pituitary gland, hypothalamus, and hippocampus, impacting memory, emotions, and thyroid function. This metal inhibits the formation of your nerve cells, decreases neurotransmitter production, and can block melatonin receptors — inhibiting your ability to get a good night’s sleep. 
High levels of mercury can cause irritability, fatigue, tremors, hearing loss, and even hallucinations in some people.Lead is a potent neurotoxin that’s known to lower IQ in children, creates behavioral disturbances, impairs working memory, and is associated with chronic fatigue, mood issues, and brain fog.
Lead impairs your body’s ability to make heme, a vital component of your red blood cells that carry oxygen throughout your body. When heme production is compromised, your ability to produce energy is greatly inhibited, as oxygen is crucial for the function of your mitochondria. This leaves your brain in an energy deficit which often shows up as cognitive impairment, fatigue, and brain fog. Manganese can build up to high levels in your body and become neurotoxic. When this happens, a syndrome called Manganism can occur, which can easily and is frequently misdiagnosed as Parkinson’s disease. In addition to heavy metals, other environmental toxins can impact the health of your brain and cause you to feel foggy, forgetful, and not like yourself. These toxins are hidden in plain sight and can be found in:
Smoke from cigarettes (even second-hand smoke)
Harsh chemicals in conventional cleaning products
Toxic exhaust from planes 
Automobile exhaust
Flame-retardants that are commonly used on furniture
Fresh paint
Additives in processed foods
Non-organic animal products
Artificial colors or flavors
Artificial sweeteners like Sweet N’ Low, Splenda, and Nutrasweet (aspartame)
Makeup (many lipsticks contain lead)
All of these toxins can directly impact brain health and function, which is why in addition to doing a liver cleanse regularly, you must also be sure to detox your brain.