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Your Eyes, Your Mind, Your Decision-Making

Your caudate nucleus is responsible for regulating the movement of your eyes and your mind.

There is a lot of information entering the brain at every single second, majorly from your eyes, but from other sensory systems as well.

At any given time, you can control the interpretation of the information entering your brain. Not only that, but you can also decide which sensory stimuli are of interest to you.

So the question is, do you allow random information from the environment guide your decision-making or do you make deliberate actions based on your own internal motivations?

WHAT guides your decisions? WHY do you do the things that you do?

The Befibrillator

Adeboye Oluwajuyitan. M.D., MSC Cardiology. Author | Artist | Health Coach. I play the piano in my spare time.