In his book, Words Can Change Your Brain, Andrew Newberg and Mark Robert Waldman wrote” a word has the power to influence the expression of genes that regulate physical and emotional stress.”
Brain Function Can Be Change by Word Choices
Instead, the language containing the feud may disrupt certain genes that play key roles in the production of neurochemicals. In fact, these neurochemicals protect us from stress.
Negative words can also increase the activity in the amygdala, the fear center in the brain. Negative words can release stress hormones and neurotransmitters decades, which in turn interfere with brain function.
“The words of anger sends a warning message to the brain, gradually breaks down the logic centers in the frontal lobe,” writes Newberg and Waldman.
According to Newberg and Waldman, use the right words also helps one to be more accepting and facing the realities of life.
By maintaining positive words and optimistic in the brain, the activity can be stimulated in the frontal lobe. Areas in the brain include language centers that are directly related to the area of the motor cortex that drives a person to act.
Research conducted Newberg and Waldman show the longer a person focuses the mind with positive words, the more the other parts of the brain are stimulated. For example, the function of the parietal lobe begins to change, and then change the perception of self and others who interact with you.
Positive view of yourself will make you inclined to think positively about other people who interact with you. Meanwhile, a negative self-perception would lead one to be suspicious and doubtful. Over time, the structure of the thalamus in the brain will also change in response to the words, thoughts and feelings. Changes in the thalamus can also affect the way a person in accepting and facing the reality of life.