If a smartphone is falling to the ground, and it knows the magnitude, if it can wave or bring out edges to prevent its screen from cracking or shattering, that smartphone has some consciousness.
There are several studies that say fruits and vegetables are great for mental health.
When someone is injecting an illegal drug into a collapsed vein or another is snorting recklessly, the individuals don’t say they are doing so for dendrites, axon terminals or synaptic vesicles to act differently, but they do to reorganize thoughts and memory — as the basis of their experiences.
A neuroscientist said “neurons release brain chemicals, known as neurotransmitters, which generate these electrical signals in neighboring neurons. The electrical signals propagate like a wave to thousands of neurons, which leads to thought formation. One theory explains that thoughts are generated when neurons fire. Our external environment (such as home, relationships, media, etc.) leads to a pattern of neuron firing, which results in a thought process. A continuous pattern of neuronal firing reinforces the circuitry.”
There is a recent study “Frequency of fruit consumption and savoury snacking predict psychological health; selective mediation via cognitive failures” expressing that fruits and vegetables are great for wellbeing and against depression.
There is a recent study “population-level risks of alcohol consumption by amount, geography, age, sex, and year: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2020” that said there are risks with alcohol consumption for people under 40.
We depend on electricity from the moment we wake up in the morning to when our head hits the pillow at night.