5. Your brain uses 20 percent of the oxygen and blood in your body.
6. Alcohol affects your brain in ways that include blurred vision, slurred speaking, an unsteady walk, and more. These usually disappear once you become sober again. However, if you drink often for long periods of time, there is evidence that alcohol can affect your brain permanently and not reverse once you become sober again. Long term effects include memory issues and some reduced cognitive function.
7. During the mummification process, Egyptians would usually remove the brains through the nose.
8. The human brain gets smaller as we get older. This usually happens sometime after middle age.
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