5 Things Chronically Unhappy People Do

By Rebecca Lewis on September 17, 2015

All of us feel sad from time to time. All of us experience negative thoughts from time to time as well. Human emotions are indeed complex in nature. One day we may find ourselves overjoyed, and the next day - emotionally tormented. But if unhappiness tends to rule our life, then there is emotional imbalance. We are who we think we are. Our personalities are [Read More…]

Yoga Proven to Be Beneficial for Arthritis

By Lisa Franchi on September 16, 2015

A US study provides evidence that yoga may be beneficial for people suffering from arthritis. According to the researchers, practising this gentle form of exercise can actually alleviate pain and boost energy levels. More interestingly, the benefits still remain even after months after the classes ended. For the study, researchers at Johns Hopkins Universi [Read More…]

Probiotic-Rich Foods other than Yoghurt

By Sharon Moore on September 16, 2015

Probiotics are good for you. And it’s not a hype. More and more studies attest to the amazing things these good bacteria can do not just to our gut but also to our brain. And talking about probiotics, you might think that yoghurt is only the food to eat. Well, you’re wrong. There are many other good source of probiotics. So the next time you feel [Read More…]

No - Working Out Doesn’t Negate Health Risks of Binge Drinking, Experts Say

By Rebecca Lewis on September 15, 2015

Women who drink at least five units of alcohol or wine per day are more likely to hit the gym four or more times a week believing that doing so could cut the health risks associated to binge drinking - according to an independent survey conducted across the UK. The survey, entitled The Way We Drink Now, was backed by charities Alcohol Concern and Drink Wise [Read More…]

Are You Wasting So Much Time? 5 Possible Reasons You Should Not Ignore

By Lisa Franchi on September 15, 2015

Does it take you forever to declutter your home, set an appointment with your GP, go to the gym, or finish a project or task your boss assigns to you? There are indeed times wherein everything takes forever. Psychologists call it ‘procrastination’ and it’s normal. But if it becomes more of a daily thing that is already affecting many aspect [Read More…]

Eat Fish, Be Happy: New Research Says Eating Fish May Lower Risk of Depression

By Lisa Franchi on September 14, 2015

An analysis of 26 studies found that the people who consumed the most fish had a 17 per cent lower risk of depression than those who ate the least amount of fish. The analysis involved over 150,000 people and examined the relationship between depression and consumption of fish. The researchers found that men who ate the most fish had a 20 percent lower risk [Read More…]

9 Great Reasons to Eat Pineapple (Apart from Weight Loss)

By Amy Taylor on September 14, 2015

Pineapple is a tropical fruit that has an exceptional level of juiciness. When fully ripe, it tastes so sweet and really refreshing. It goes well in salads and even desserts (think of pineapple pie - yum!). Most probably, you already know that it’s great for weight loss as pineapple contains lots of fibre. But this lovely fruit contains many other amaz [Read More…]

Integrating Neuroscience into Counselling

 As a trained Doctor, it was important to Sigmund Freud to establish the newly emerging study of the mind - psychoanalysis - as a ‘Science’.   That somehow psychoanalytical experiences could be mapped, and the causes of neurosis traced to their effects. Of course the neatness of the ‘cause and effect’ science never appe [Read More…]

Your Gut Bacteria Can Determine Which Weight Loss Diet is Best for You, Scientists Say

By Lisa Franchi on September 11, 2015

When it comes to weight loss, there is no one-diet-fits-all. So how do you find out the diet that works for you and will give you the results you want? The answer could be inside your gut, according to a new study. Researchers from Chalmers University of Technology devised a mathematical calculation platform to determine how different people respond to a pa [Read More…]

Does Your Loved One Have Alzheimer’s? Key Symptoms to Spot

By Sharon Moore on September 11, 2015

It is common among older adults to become forgetful at times. But memory problems can also be a sign of Alzheimer’s disease. So how do you know that it’s just a harmless, ‘senior moment’ or a symptom that your loved one has dementia? Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia - a group of mental disorders that refe [Read More…]

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