- What Can Be Done to Boost Willpower? An Expert reveals to us the Answer -

By Rebecca Lewis republished on February 06, 2018

Just like muscles, willpower gets tired when overused. And like energy, it gets drained and used up as the day ends. But then, it is something that can be restored. On her latest book, Kelly McGonigal, a psychologist from the Stanford University, shares to us how self control works and what can be done to get more of it. 1.     &nbs [Read More…]

- There is Such a Thing as Too Much Happiness -

By Sharon Moore republished on February 05, 2018

Many people spend the rest of their years searching for things that will make them happy. Happiness is something that we all look forward to. But according to experts, too much of it may not be good for you. The Consequences of Being Too Happy At first glance, it seems ironic to know that we can be less happy when we’re too much happy. But scientists [Read More…]

What Is Mystical About Meditation?

By Dr. Pradeep K. Chadha MBBS. DCP. DPM. PG Diploma Psychotherapy Studies on February 01, 2018

Till there was scientific evidence that the earth was round, people everywhere believed that earth was flat. Copernicus was victimized as a result by the Establishment at that time. Meditation has been practiced in all faiths for thousands of years. Because it was practiced by religious people, there was an awe about it. Even as late as the second half of l [Read More…]

- Maternal Obesity Linked to Autism and Cognitive Disorders in Children -

By Monica Wilson republished on February 01, 2018

There is a possibility that obese and diabetic mothers will have children with autism and development disorders, reported by the researchers from University of California and Vanderbilt University in the US. Study Findings In a case-control study, experts looked at three metabolic disorders among pregnant women – high blood pressure, diabetes, and ob [Read More…]

- Wales to Be the First Country to Legislate Policy on Play - Why Play is Important for Children -

By Helen Holmes republished on January 31, 2018

The Welsh government is making history this year as they begin drafting a legislation to expand play opportunities for children. Once this law has been passed, Wales will become the first country in the world to legislate for play. Wales to Legislate Policy on Play On a 12-week consultation, representatives from various local authorities as [Read More…]

- Dental X-Rays Can Increase the Risk of Brain Tumours, New Study Say -

By Amy Taylor republished on January 30, 2018

Having regular dental x-rays increases the risk of developing non malignant tumours in the brain, reported a new study. X-Rays and Brain Tumours Researchers from the Yale University School of Medicine and Brigham and Women’s Hospital found that the risk of meningioma (non malignant type of brain tumour) increases by 2 or 3 times in people who regular [Read More…]

- Use the Advantage of Nature and Therapy - How the great outdoors can shape what is inside your head -

By Michaela Busch republished on January 30, 2018

I have the great chance to practice near the beautiful sea of the South East Coast of Kent and I found out that my patients could contribute from using the wonderful nature and the calm and relaxing atmospheres of the nature and its wildlife. Treating many patients with depression, anxiety and panic attacks over the years I worked in a great environment of [Read More…]

- Psychological Benefits of Yoga for Teenagers -

By Monica Wilson republished on January 30, 2018

Attending yoga classes have positive psychological effects to teenagers, reported a study published at the Journal of Developmental & Behavioural Paediatrics. Yoga and its Benefits to Teens: The Study Researchers from the Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School looked at the effects of yoga among high school students. 51 teenagers were a [Read More…]

Are Mental Illnesses Hypnotic States?

By Dr. Pradeep K. Chadha MBBS. DCP. DPM. PG Diploma Psychotherapy Studies on January 24, 2018

Kevin was angry with his father for many years. When his father died his anger was still unresolved. Soon he became depressed. In that state of depression, he was focused on his experiences with his father. Tracey could not drive on the motorways because it made her anxious. This issue had developed after she had had a few mishaps driving the car.  She [Read More…]

- A Chinese Take on Stress -

In my experience, the vast majority of people who come for treatment report feeling “stressed” in their daily life. Despite information available all around us on the importance of relaxation, there does not seem to be an overall decrease in general stress levels. I hope that this article will give a new and refreshing view of stress, which will [Read More…]

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