Ways Eating More Fibre Boosts Your Health

By Rebecca Lewis on April 23, 2014

You know that fibre is good for your health. Now the question is – in what specific ways? Studies show that eating more fibre does more than keep our tummy healthy. It also benefits our overall health, including our heart. But before we proceed, let’s talk a little about fibre. Dietary fibre is comprised of carbohydrates and lignin (a compou [Read More…]

Scientists Develop New Model Explaining How Memories are Formed

By Amy Taylor on April 22, 2014

Scientists at Salk Institute have created a new model that describes how the brain retains select memories a few hours after an event. The new findings can give more light on how memory works and deepen the understanding of related illnesses like Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, post-traumatic stress, and learning disabilities. Much about how the b [Read More…]

How Suppressing Your Anger Can Make You Sick (And Better Ways to Deal with Anger)

By Lisa Franchi on April 22, 2014

Anger – we all experience it at times. It is an emotion that leads to a lot more negative emotions. And when anger is at its peak, it is so difficult to control. But vast medical and psychological research suggests that no matter how much we exercise or eat correctly, we are putting ourselves at risk if we do not manage our anger. This undesirable feel [Read More…]

Amazing Health Benefits of Egg

By Rebecca Lewis on April 22, 2014

Whilst eggs have long gotten a bad rap after studies showed that it could increase cholesterol levels in humans, this superfood is essential to our diet. Eating more eggs is a fantastic way to boost your health! Here are some major benefits of eggs: Eggs can help you lose weight. Apart from regular exercise, proper diet is essential to weight loss. [Read More…]

Your Psych Meds Can Kill You, Large-Scale Study Shows

By Lisa Franchi on April 17, 2014

In Britain and US, psychiatric drugs make up a bigger proportion of all prescriptions costs. Statistics from a number of countries have shown that many classes of drugs are being prescribed more and more, including antidepressants, antipsychotics and stimulants. But are these drugs safe? Unfortunately, they are not. In fact, they can even kill you – a [Read More…]

Dealing with Pain through Acupuncture

By Rebecca Lewis on April 17, 2014

Acupuncture is one of the many natural treatments that people resort to for chronic pain. Acupuncture is an age-old healing practice of traditional Chinese medicine in which thin needles are placed at specific points in the body. This therapy is very popular in many countries, such as in the UK and US. In France for example, one in five has tried acupuncture [Read More…]

Is Your Life Out of Balance? Ways to Tell & Restore It

By Amy Taylor on April 17, 2014

Is your life out of balance? You are not alone. A study by Hay Group found that work-life balance concerns are increasing worldwide, with 39 per cent of study participants admitting that they don’t have it. This finding is not really surprising at all. Our lives are impacted by technologies, globalisation, and drastic changes that make living so compli [Read More…]

Road Rage in Birmingham

A man allegedly brandished a machete. So what causes road rage? And what if you survive an attack? By Psychotherapist, Mediator & Lifecoach Penny Bould MBACP & Senior Associate of the Royal Society of Medicine. It is alleged a man brandishing a machete attacked a woman’s car slashing her tyres in Birmingham, a shocking experience for both [Read More…]

Social Anxiety and Social Phobia

Social anxiety or social phobia is among the problems which many people in our society suffer from.  Fearing being judged by other people is debilitating and can be a learned behaviour.  It is sometimes passed down from a parent or caregiver who was socially anxious or socially awkward. Lieb, Wittchen, Hofler, Fuetsch, Stein and Merikangas (2000) f [Read More…]

Slow Wave sleep affects Memory Accuracy and Strength

By Amy Taylor on April 16, 2014

The sense of smell is one of the first things to fail in neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and schizophrenia. In the new study, researchers from NYU Langone Medical Centre have found that memory of specific odours depends on the ability of the brain to learn, process and recall accurately and effective [Read More…]

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