Medical science has largely being in the dark on the brain for some time. The spine too.
It is thought that the human being only uses at most, ten per cent, or thereabouts of their potential brain cognition and function.
At any given time.
Boxers and fighters have suffered brain injuries in the past on rare occasions.
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This is not limited to boxing and combat sports though.
All contact sport has these issues.
Boxing and MMA get hit with an unfair taint in this regard because of the combative nature of both sports.
Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson has now brought this subject up.
In a new venture he is involved in:
For balance though, while this looks promising for some boxers that may have suffered injuries to the brain, a careful caveat must be taken note of.
Mike Tyson is not a doctor.
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Different people react to different things. Science says all human beings are unique in their DNA. God and science go hand and hand and work together.
Many leading scientists for example believe in God behind the scenes. Or at least something as a creator bigger than humans. Never mentioning this in public. This is well known in the international scientific community. Miracles that cannot be explained happen every day in hospitals around the world. Ask any doctor or nurse in any of them if you want to put that to the test.
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A drug is a drug. In terms of something that causes one to lose their sober state of mind. Where they are not present in reality, that is.
For many, any type of drug at all can be hugely harmful.
Even though Cannabis’s use is now being made legal in many places for instance, it is something that is not for everyone.
Even Tyson and other famous proponents of weed, like Joe Rogan even, would warn of this.
In that for many, all mind altering substances are a big no.
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It is important to consult a qualified medical professional for any of these things first and foremost.
Never take athletes or podcast entrepreneur’s opinions in place of licensed medical professionals.
Common sense always has to prevail.
Fair play to Tyson above though.
We wish him the best with the new venture.