Recovering The SelfA Journal of Hope and Healing

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This is Your Brain on Power

A friend shared an interesting article with me a few weeks ago. The article appears in the current issue of the Atlantic and presents research from the fields …

The Type Of Daydreaming Linked To A Smarter Brain – PsyBlog

Some types of mind wandering may be highly beneficial to our brains, and our futures. Intentional daydreaming is linked to a thicker cortex (a good thing) in …

How Lying Changes Your Brain

by John Gary How does a person become a liar? Can anyone become a seasoned liar? Popular wisdom tells us lying gets easier with time. Now science is proving …

Exercise Can Reduce Memory Loss in Seniors

by Anna Brecken Memory loss is something that impacts millions of seniors worldwide, and there’s not a real cure. The only thing that you can do is try to do …

10 Interesting Facts About Your Nervous System

John Gary Human nervous system is the most complicated system among all systems of our body and considered as an internal electrical wiring of the body. It …

Best 7 Tips for Students to Release Their Stress

by Jenny Richards Stress can affect negatively in the mindset of students ruining their career and life as well. According to a survey, people ageing from 13 …

Recovering from the Long-Term Effects of Automobile Accidents

by Sara Stringer  If you’ve ever been in a serious automobile accident, you know that recovery can be challenging. From physical hardships to mounting …

What Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) Is and Is Not

by Dr. Jesse Viner of Yellowbrick Many people will blame bad moods and depression this time of year on the lack of sunlight throughout the day.  The medical …

How to Stay Active When Suffering from Depression

Depression affects people in all walks of life. Some people are able to overcome it, others find it debilitating. Fortunately, one of the most effective …

Depression Subtypes – Science or Myth?

by Alfredo Zotti  The Black Dog institute is a well-known and somewhat respected Australian organization which provides information, carries out research and …

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