Sugar Brain Part 1: What part of the Brain is triggering your symptoms?

In todays informative article you will learn valuable insights which could help you prevent and protect against numerous conditions such as: brain fog, neuropathy, diabetes, insomnia, dizziness, joint and muscle pain, knee and shoulder pain, stress, hormone imbalance, tingly toes and fingers, memory loss, Alzheimers, Dementia and much more. To learn what part of your brain is triggering your symptoms, we will delve directly into specific sections of the brain illuminating functionality and early warning signs to watch for.

Sugar Brain attacks specific sections of the brain and can cause damage to your frontal lobe, temporal lobe, parietal lobe, cerebellum and occipital lobe. We highly encourage each and everyone of you to take an honest look at whats happening in your life and the life of your friends, and family to see if they exhibit any signs or symptoms of Sugar Brain. Unfortunately there arent any brain transplants yet, you only have one chance to have a great brain!

Frontal Lobe

The frontal lobe, located at the front of the brain is the largest of the four major lobes in the brain. This controls emotions (depression, anxiety, happiness), drive, motivation, planning, activating muscle control and your immune system. Our frontal lobe also contains most of the dopamine-sensitive neurons in the cerebral cortex.

The dopamine system is associated with reward, attention, short-term memory tasks, planning and motivation. One must be very careful with the harmful effects of sugar brain to your frontal lobe. The harmful effects of sugar brain include: depression, lack of restraint (including hostility and aggressiveness), lack of foresight, impairment of moral principles, social impairment and loss of empathy.

Temporal Lobe

The temporal lobe, one of the four major lobes in the brain is located in the lower left and right side portion of the brain (pictured above). The temporal lobe is involved in processing sensory input into derived meanings for the appropriate retention of visual memory, language comprehension and emotion association. Unfortunately this is a prime target area that sugar attacks aggressively and could lead to Alzheimers and Dementia. Consuming too much sugar could lead to short term memory loss or worse! When you are not getting enough sleep this can compound the problems associated with sugar brain. If this sounds like you or someone you know we highly recommend attending our quick, fun and informative Ask Dr. Why Live Events.

Parietal Lobe

Also one of the four major lobes is the Parietal Lobe. The parietal lobe integrates sensory information among various modalities, including spatial sense and navigation. The main sensory receptive area for your sense of touch, Sugar Brain can cause devastating adverse effects such as: brain fog, loss of sensations of touch, pressure, texture and could make you significantly more accident prone! As Im sure you can imagine, when it comes to your fine motor skills (the ability to control your body), it can become dangerous very quickly if you are unaware of the effects caused by Sugar Brain.


The cerebellum which is actually latin for little brain plays a major role in cognitive functions such as motor control, attention, language and regulates your body’s fear and pleasure responses. Your cerebellum does not initiate movement like your parietal lobe, but contributes to coordination, precision and accurate timing. Essentially damage caused by Sugar Brain can produce catastrophic disorders that negatively impact your fine movement, equilibrium, posture and motor learning skills. This could lead to tremoring of the hands and is typically seen while eating, drinking or handwriting. Other unfortunate side effects include: dizziness, problems with balance, coordination of muscles and joints, bad posture and more.

Occipital Lobe

The occipital lobe is also one of the four major lobes located in your brain. Our occipital lobe is the visual processing center of our brain. This helps us recognize and process shapes in our visual field such as: peoples faces, cars, houses, trees, shapes, variations of color and much more. Consuming too much processed sugar which is the leading cause of Sugar Brain can have horrific results on your occipital lobe such as: blurred vision, inability to concentrate on objects, colors become less vibrant, hallucinations and many other terrible visual effects. You can imagine how dangerous this becomes when you are driving, especially with family or friends in the car. As we age this condition will worsen so it is of the utmost importance to take action now!

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In todays article on Sugar Brain Part 1: What part of the brain is triggering your symptoms? We provided you with a comprehensive outline of the real dangers that lurk in regard to Sugar Brain. We covered the parts of your brain that are adversely affected and what symptoms could be triggered by consuming too much processed sugar. The threat of Sugar Brain is more real than ever and it is of the utmost importance that you take action now before it is too late! If you or someone you know and care about is exhibiting signs of Sugar Brain now is the time to seek help. We offer an Amazing FREE Live Webinar on the subject called Ask Dr. Why. If you are interested in learning more about the devastating effects of Sugar Brain and how you can save yourself and the people you love most just click the link above. We hope you found todays article on Sugar Brain Part 1: What part of the brain is triggering your symptoms informative and enlightening.

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Dr. Stephen A. Conicello, DC, NREMT-P

Agape Institute of Functional Healthcare

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