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by Brooke Faulkner You hear it everywhere, from people to the media, to be more confident in yourself. Although a very worthy goal, it’s much easier said than done. Self-esteem issues plague just about everyone, some more so than others. This makes it especially difficult to trust yourself and your instincts. However, no matter how […]
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Are you eating food that’s already banned in other countries but is still allowed to poison and kill Americans? Learn these pernicious ingredients and common foods through this infographic. Use the embed code to share it on your website. You May Also Like: Left vs Right Brain: The Surprising Truth (Infogra... Environmental Factors That Affect […]
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by Brooke Faulkner Sleep. It’s not just a morning love affair with your warm cozy bed, it’s essential to your survival. It is as important as eating, breathing, and keeping an adequate water intake. Slumber is a way to refresh your eyes and your body while the brain restores itself. It helps your mind clear […]
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by Brooke Faulkner The end of October signaled a crisis in our country when Trump was forced to declare a state of emergency because the opioid epidemic claimed so many lives. Dependency on medical grade prescriptions has led to tens of thousands of overdoses on dangerous prescription medication like fentanyl. This emergency calls for a […]
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by Brooke Faulkner Mental health doesn’t behave the same way other physical illnesses do. While they all have a list of possible symptoms that lead doctors and other health practitioners to solving any riddle, because of the way mental illnesses behave in different people, sometimes true diagnoses can go too long without a solution. Depression, […]
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by Brooke Faulkner Although some people have well-established yoga and meditation routines for dealing with stress, the rest of us sometimes struggle to find the time to fit preventative wellness practices into our daily routines. Though many of us would like to find the time to practice yoga and meditation every day, we may not […]
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by Jane Sandwood Living in a rundown home that doesn’t provide for your needs can adversely affect your health, and your brain’s home happens to be your body. Exercise can help you fight off mental afflictions such as dementia, but even if you aren’t at risk of these illnesses, overall mental health can still greatly benefit […]
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Mental wellness can mean so many things. It can mean improving memory, it can mean getting enough sleep, or it can mean finding support for mental health concerns. Each person may have different needs in terms of mental wellness. Fortunately, technology has made mental wellness improvements more attainable. In order to get a brain boost, […]
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Ideal Activities to Help Prevent Dementia by Jane Sandwood Leading an active lifestyle is a great way to keep fit, healthy and our brains working well. It’s also a proven way to help delay and even prevent the onset of dementia. While further research and plenty of testing into finding a cure is ongoing, it’s […]
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