Over the last few years, more and more research has been conducted about how the foods we eat affect brain health. It has been clear for years that eating foods high in trans fats and sugar are bad for our health, but it’s recently been proven that these foods are bad for our brains … More 10 Nutrients That Will Help Improve Your Memory
For many of us, anxiety is a bad word—especially in work situations when we want to prove our best selves. We all have been exposed to its gripping hand at one point or another. Scientists tell us that it’s a disorder, which can reach within our souls and rob us of the chance to perform … More 3 Ways to Make Our Performance Anxiety Work in Our Favor, According to Research
Worry is a curse. And yet, “don’t worry” is possibly the worst advice ever. Talk about easier said than done (or not done). Anyone who has ever gone on a diet knows just how exhausting it can be to not eat something. Anyone who is in recovery from substance abuse knows how exhausting it can … More Thinking Away Unwanted Thoughts
Americans spend billions of dollars a year on protein supplements to build muscle or lose weight, or because they think it’s a healthy thing to do. But do you really need all that protein, and are the powders and supplements safe? Questions about their safety came up following the death of 25-year-old-Australian bodybuilder Meegan Hefford, … More Protein Powder Can Provide Boost But At What Cost?
Alzheimer’s Disease This illness affects your thinking, judgment, memory, and decision-making. It can make you feel confused and change how you act. Early on, you may be anxious or more easily annoyed. Over time, it can have more serious effects. A sweet, thoughtful person might become bossy and demanding. Or someone who used to worry … More 14 Conditions That Can Change Your Personality
The latest version of psychiatry’s principal diagnostic manual (the DSM-V) defines Hoarding Disorder as a psychopathology where the collection of items significantly impacts the person’s functioning, as they find it difficult and indeed painful to discard the items, creating congestion within the home and encouraging poor hygiene and accidents. However not only objects, but also … More “Animal hoarding” may provide comfort to people who struggle to form relationships
A French soldier shot and killed the attacker. PARIS, Oct 1 (Reuters) – France’s interior ministry said two women had been stabbed to death in an attack at Marseille’s main train station in southern France. Earlier police said the army had shot dead the attacker after he stabbed two passers-by at the station. France’s counter-terrorism … More At Least Two Killed In Stabbing At Train Station In Marseille | Pay attention to your mental health status
The success of Marie Kondo’s book The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up points to the overwhelm most people feel as a result of a life cluttered with possessions and commitments. But while there are many resources that help us simplify our homes and our personal lives, the conversation rarely goes beyond tossing out those old pairs … More The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up the Workday
Cold Feet, Many Culprits If your toes are always cold, one reason could be poor blood flow — a circulatory problem sometimes linked to smoking, high blood pressure, or heart disease. The nerve damage of uncontrolled diabetes can also make your feet feel cold. Other possible causes include hypothyroidism and anemia. A doctor can look … More 19 Things Your Feet Say About Your Health
I decided to divide my posts in 8 categories to help you find what interests you faster. And here are the categories: These 2 images can appear too when something clicked in my mind and a discover something fascinating 🙂 When I read other blogs I find it difficult to read what interests me … More New categories coming on the blog!