1. 5 Habits Proven to Reduce Risk of Alzheimer’s and Dementia

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    “A 35-year study reveals that people who followed four or five out of five healthy habits had 60% lower levels of dementia and cognitive decline with ageing. The five behaviours are: Taking regular exercise. Non-smoking. Maintaining a low body weight. Having a healthy diet. Low alcohol intake. The most important...
  2. What To Do When You’re Feeling Defeated

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    “If things are going catastrophically awry, you are allowed to wallow, of course you are — but for exactly four minutes. Here’s what to start during minute five. By Amy Shearn 1. Pull a Pixar What you’re feeling: Your pink slip/parking ticket/deadline/social gaffe snowballed into a huge pile of panic....
  3. How to Think Like a Wise Person

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    “If I asked you to judge how smart someone is, you’d know where to start. But if you were going to assess how wise that person is, what qualities would you consider? Wisdom is the ability to make sound judgments and choices based on experience. It’s a virtue according to...
  4. 10 Ways to Know It’s Time to Leave Your Relationship

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    “How do I know when it’s time to call it quits on my relationship?” I often hear this question from my clients. Unless there is physical danger in staying in the relationship, I generally advise my clients to stay until they understand and heal their end of the relationship system....
  5. The Difference Between Stress And Anxiety

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    “It’s safe to assume that most of us have experienced stress in one form or another, whether it’s a deadline at work, a family conflict or an important decision. The constricting, chest-pressing fear can feel never ending and can put us into a state of unrest. With stressful elements churning...
  6. Family Problems In Childhood Affect Brain Development

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    “Childhood adversity experienced between ages 0-11 associated with a smaller cerebellum. New research finds that those who experience relatively common family problems early in childhood have an increased risk of mental health issues later on. The study is one of the first to look at relatively common family problems–typically mild...
  7. The 9 Essential Habits Of Mentally Strong People

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    “In 1914, Thomas Edison’s lab burned down, and years’ worth of his work was destroyed. This could easily be described as the worst thing to happen to Edison, but the inventor instead chose to see it as an energizing opportunity that forced him to rebuild and re-examine much of his...
  8. Six Neurotoxic Industrial Chemicals Linked to Rise In Brain Disorders

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    “The rise in disorders like autism, ADHD and dyslexia could be linked to the industrial use of neurotoxic chemicals, according to new research published in The Lancet (Grandjean & Landrigan, 2014). The epidemiologists have identified six chemicals that could have negative effects on children’s development. This is on top of...
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