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5 Writing Rituals That Boost Productivity. In her book, “The Creative Habit,” choreographer Twyla Tharp talks about her daily ritual; she wakes up at 5:30 A.M., puts on her workout clothes, goes outside and hails a … ...
Your brain on exercise Psychologists have designed an experiment to investigate whether human vision is more sensitive during physical activity.
Stressed Out? Here are 10 Research Proven Ways to... You already have the tools (you may not have known that?) and now it is time to learn how to use them to manage stress and become more resilient when anxiety … ...
Narcissistic or not? The entire millennial generation has been criticized as narcissistic and entitled. Can this really be true?
Keeping up the pressure Besides the classic stress response – an acute reaction that gradually abates when the threat passes – our bodies appear to have a separate mechanism that deals only with chronic stress, research indicates. These findings may lead to better diagnosis of and treatment for anxiety and depression.
People Mistrust Science in General, But Not Specific Studies This has been a difficult era for science in the public eye. How does the uncertainty of science affect people's trust in it?
Love Week Today, on the eve of St. Valentine of Terni’s martyrdom 1700 years ago – for trying to convert Emperor Claudius – is International Self Love Day.
Multiple Tips for the Toddler Years When working with (or parenting) a toddler, keep in mind the typical areas of development such as those identified by MedlinePlus: Gross motor – walking, running, climbing Fine motor – feeding themselves, drawing Sensory – seeing, hearing, tasting, touching, and smelling Language – saying single … ...
Current Political Climate Making You Anxious? Tips to Weather... “We are only as strong as we are united, as weak as we are divided.” – J K Rowling The heated temperature of our current political climate may leave some of us feeling rather unsettled. Here are some tips on how to weather this partisan storm: … ...
Tears of Joy What does it take to make a grown adult cry? That’s what a team of researchers asked in a recent study published in the journal Emotion. But they weren’t interested in just any crying – they wanted to know why people cry with happiness. They found that, first, crying tears...
How To Crush Unhealthy Cravings in 3 Minutes This distraction enough to reduce common cravings by 24%. Dr Jeremy Dean's ebooks are: The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything
The Unexpected Type of People Who Are More Trusting Seven ways that trust benefits both individuals and society as a whole. Dr Jeremy Dean's ebooks are: The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything
For Valentine’s He Put Me on Red… …left me hanging, left me on hold, didn’t respond, doesn’t care, doesn’t want to, doesn’t have to, double standard, can’t be bothered, has a girlfriend, is a senior, hides behind … ...
Exploring the Origins of Our Beliefs, Actions and Habits... Often we forget that our lives are made up of choices. Our own choices. Instead, we assume that certain things are simply non-negotiable, and we follow suit. We count our … ...
Researchers discover how the brain turns chronic stress into pathological anxiety In a new study, researchers have described how two important molecules in the brain work together to trigger intense anxiety.
Gene that helps form trauma-related memories may also help prevent PTSD A specific gene that helps form memories from traumatic events can be manipulated, and in doing so may actually help prevent post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to a new study.
Bridging the gap between the mechanics of blast traumatic brian injuries and cell damage Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a largely silent epidemic that affects roughly two million people each year, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But the scale at which blast TBI (bTBI) injuries -- in the spotlight as the signature wound of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan -- occur and manifest is unknown. Recent studies within this realm suggest that rapid cavitation bubble collapse may be a potential mechanism for studying bTBI.
When and Why Trump's Tweets Are Inappropriate, An Analysis We analyze the appropriateness of tweets and what defines them. Trump's tweets are less appropriate, more negative, less sophisticated than staffers'.
3 Important Benefits of Sleep for Parents & Other... Some parents easily give up sleep to prioritize other activities such as chores or simply having some alone time without the kids around. Other parents try to catch up on … ...
Is a teen depressed, or just moody? The chance of a teenager having a major depressive episode over the course of a year has increased significantly.