Category: Mental Health

  • 20 Things You Need To Let Up To Find Your Love And Happiness

    It doesn’t matter what kind of man you`re what’s your dream and what you want to reach in your life. Everyone has two main goals: to be happy and to find true love. But we always deal with something that distances us from the achievement of our goals and dreams. We put a lot of […]

  • 10 Reps to Brain Health

    Little did I know, but all those push-ups I did in high school did a little bit more than develop a barrel chest. While the brain isn’t technically a muscle, contemporary science is beginning to reveal what us meatheads have always suspected: that lifting heavy things isn’t just about building bigger biceps. Resistance training has […]

  • Can Stress Cause Constipation?

    I would like to address a problem today that you may not be fully aware of. It’s the idea that we use our minds and emotions to cause ourselves constipation, rather than curing it forever. Emotional stress can actually become a HABIT that leads to chronic constipation. Let me ask you a question: Have you […]

  • Are Nootropics Really Effective?

    The three pound soft mass accommodating our skull has huge relevance in our lives. Our brain is what makes us think, react, perform and associate efficiently. But there are times when we feel we are out of brilliance, our full potential is lacking, something has gone amiss. First of all, you are not alone; this […]

  • A Community of Sympathy and Support: Online Help for Anxiety

    Anxiety is as much as a source of physical distress as it is a sign of psychological trauma. That assertion rests on a foundation of facts and studies, of testimony from doctors and patients alike. It is a statement of truth, which too many know all too well. For these reasons, I know how crucial […]

  • 5 Tips to Ease Stress and Anxiety Symptoms

    Anxiety is a condition often brought on by stressful situations. Physical health conditions, family mental illness, diet and substance abuse are other contributing factors for your condition. The following are tips on how to ease your stress and prevent a full-blown anxiety attack. Accept Your Feelings Symptoms of stress and anxiety include dizziness, rapid heartbeat, […]

  • Hypnosis pre-talk

    Hypnosis, a technique employed in hypnotherapy, deals with the subconscious mind. Our subconscious mind is where the information gets stored automatically and it becomes our second-nature. We have all heard the phrase, “Old habits die hard.” This is because old habits are our second nature. They are ingrained and have become a part of our […]

  • 4 Ways to Help During Brain Injury Awareness Month

    Led by the Brain Injury Association of America, March has marked the yearly observance of Brain Injury Awareness Month. This year continues with the theme, “Not Alone”—showcasing the need for educating the general public about the needs of people with brain injuries and the struggles that their families go through. This is a time when […]

  • 5 Steps to Develop a Healthy Mindset

    “Mindset” is quickly becoming one of the trigger words in health and fitness. Yeah, that fluffy, somewhat ambiguous term that is usually accompanied by other pleonastic terms, like “persistence” and “work ethic,” is coming under legitimate scientific scrutiny—and by exercise scientists, of all people. If you believe what is able to get through the peer […]