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Category Personal Development
Understanding how food, exercise and mental health can all have an effect on our overall happiness is part of what defines our wellness. Our metabolism is a large part of that overall picture. It is our duty to stay in touch with our bodies and be aware of what it is what they’re telling us. Some people have naturally fast metabolisms while some of us are just not as fortunate. There are, however, steps that can be taken to help improve your metabolism.Read More
Depression can be alleviated through exercise. According to Dr. Lynette Craft and Dr. Frank Perna from their 2004 research review, “While the mechanisms underlying the antidepressant effects of exercise remain in debate, the efficacy of exercise in decreasing symptoms of depression has been well established.” Also, studies have suggested that exercise works better than antidepressant drugs.Read More
Have you been feeling more forgetful lately? The solution could be as simple as changing your diet. Several clinical studies have found specific dietary practices have a huge impact on improving the memory function of patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease as well as those who have mild cognitive impairment.
Alzheimer’s patients are not the only ones who can benefit from these dietary changes. If you find yourself having problem remembering things then you should try eating these brain-healthy foods to improve your memory. Listed below are the 5 memory-boosting dietary recommendations based on the latest scientific research and clinical experience in treating those patients with Alzheimer’s as well as mild cognitive impairment.
Do you feel like you are always tired? A bit distracted? Easily overwhelmed? Stressed out?
Using a very simple meditation technique, you may be able to overcome some of these feelings. Meditation doesn’t have to be complicated!
Challenge yourself. Spend 5 minutes a day for one week with this technique, and see if it improves your mood and energy level!
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