Mind Your Body: Hypnotherapy for Weight Loss

Search “how to lose weight” on Google and you will get about 197,000,000 results. In this world where processed foods and sedentary behaviour are taking over, obesity has become one of our major health concerns. Not only does it make you look bad, but excess weight can also interfere with your physical and mental health. A huge body of research [Read More…]

7 Simple Acts of Kindness that Can Change the World

By Sharon Moore on June 06, 2014

You don’t have to be super rich to make a difference. You don’t have to be famous to inspire others and influence them in positive ways. You need not be a priest to share the good news. There are simple acts of kindness and generosity that you, I and everyone else can do that can CHANGE THE WORLD. Here are some ideas to start with. Smile. [Read More…]

Social Conflicts May Raise Hypertension Risk

By Amy Taylor on June 06, 2014

You probably know that social conflicts are bad for your mental health. But did you know they can be bad for your physical health too? According to a new study, unpleasant social interactions are associated with increased blood pressure levels. Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University examined the data of 1,502 people ages 50 and older who were part of [Read More…]

Vitamin D Deficient? Symptoms to Watch Out

By Rebecca Lewis on June 06, 2014

Vitamin D, also called the ‘sunshine vitamin’, plays a big role in promoting good health. According to a study conducted by the University of Zurich, sufficient amounts of vitamin D taken regularly are necessary to maintain bone health. Whilst the major source of vitamin D is sunlight, this essential nutrient can also be obtained from food s [Read More…]

Weakening the Effects of Trauma through EMDR

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is a relatively new type of non-traditional psychotherapy which is gaining popularity nowadays, particularly in treating post-traumatic stress disorder. Whilst it remains to be controversial, especially among health professionals, scientific evidence supporting the effectiveness of this treatment approac [Read More…]

6 Truly Painful Ways Major Depression Affect Your Life

By Rebecca Lewis on June 05, 2014

Depression is one of the most common and unfortunately, most painful mental health problems in the world today. It is more than simply feeling unhappy. Often, the symptoms are so severe that they affect most areas of your life, particularly your social relationships, work, finances, health and so on. It impacts your friends and family, and anyone close to [Read More…]

Pistachio Nut Consumption Cuts Insulin Resistance

By Lisa Franchi on June 05, 2014

Good news for those with diabetes or having issues keeping their blood sugar levels in check. New research presented at the annual European Congress on Obesity found that regular consumption of pistachio nuts is associated with decreased insulin resistance in individuals with prediabetes. 49 individuals with prediabetes participated in a four-month, ran [Read More…]

5 Vegan Habits that Could Save Your Health

By Sharon Moore on June 05, 2014

Can’t give up meat? You don’t have to be a full-pledged vegan to reap the benefits of this healthy diet plan. Consider the following vegan eating habits that you can incorporate in the diet plan you are used to: Eat fermented foods. Vegans love the zesty flavour and taste of fermented foods like kefir, kimchi, sauerkraut, pickled carrots, e [Read More…]

5 ways to Reduce Those Niggling Negative Thoughts

Negative thoughts drain us tremendously; sapping our energy and leaving us prey to anxiety and overwhelming emotions. Whilst positive thinking, affirmations and mantras go a little way to help, they are easily overridden by our unconscious minds and we revert back to the negative mental chatter once more. The changes we are striving to make can only have p [Read More…]

Learning Second Language Slows Memory Decline

By Rebecca Lewis on June 04, 2014

Thinking of a way to boost your brain power? Learn a new language. New research shows it has a positive impact on mental health, even when taken up in adulthood. Previous research suggests that learning a new language could delay the onset of dementia several years later. But the big question was whether learning a new language improved cognitive functi [Read More…]

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