Brain wellness as the set of wellbeing processes found in the S.P.E.C.I.E.S. model and that are connected to the human nervous system.
Social Brain: our brain’s ability to create and keep social relationships with other people (family, friends, peers).
Psychological or Brain Biology: the ability to keep our brain in a good physical health, without fatigue or physical stress, by adopting healthy habits (as regards nutrition, for example), and by avoiding bad routines (like smoking, drugs, alcohol).
Emotional Brain: nervous and periferic system-related mechanisms that allow us to control our emotional responses by accepting our personal value, and creating, recognizing and expressing our feelings in a healthy way.
Brain and career or work: our brain’s ability to continuously make and keep satisfying decisions, both in work and education situations.
Intellectual or Cognitive Brain: our brain’s ability to use its cognitive resources (memory, attention, perception, executional functions) for a better comprehension of the universe and ourselves.
Brain and Environment: the process through which our brain interacts with the environment, being stimulated and stimulating it in specific ways that can contribute to sustain or improve our life quality.
Spiritual Brain: our brain’s ability to be in peace and harmony, developing introspective abilities and making our actions combine with ethic values