Brain wellness is the set of well-being processes found in the S.P.E.C.I.E.S. model 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 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 peripheric system-related mechanisms that allow us to control our emotional responses by accepting our personal values, 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 sustaining or improving 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