Removing Phobias For A Calmer Life

Do phobias stress you? Eliminate them permanently. A lot of people that don’t have phobias dismiss them as something trivial; but in reality they are more than a silly fear. An individual with a phobia usually has an irrational fear concerning an animal, circumstance or environment and when exposed to them, high amounts of fear can be generated. In t [Read More…]

Two Weeks of Inactivity Enough to Weaken Your Muscles

By Lisa Franchi on July 13, 2015

Even though you are physically fit, it only takes two weeks of inactivity to lose a significant amount of your muscle strength, according to new research. In the study, young people lose about 30 per cent of their muscle strength, leaving them as strong as someone decades older. Meanwhile, active older people who become sedentary for a couple weeks lose abo [Read More…]

8 Things You Should Not Be Sorry About

By Sharon Moore on July 13, 2015

Too often, we find ourselves feeling sorry and blaming ourselves for things that are beyond our control. Believing that you are responsible for every single thing that happens in your life is not a good practice, and is never helpful. Not only do you stress yourself about things that you should care less about, but they will also keep you close to sadness. I [Read More…]

How Hypnotherapy Can Help People With Anxiety and Panic Attacks

How People Who Have Panic and Anxiety Attacks Can Benefit From Hypnotherapy? Pains in the chest and shortness of breath are quite common with panic disorder, but are obviously quite distressing for most people, because they could be something more important. There are lots of reasons why it could occur. Research suggests that stress can be a major factor in [Read More…]

Can Smoking Drive You Mad? New Research Shows Smoking May Lead to Mental Illness

By Amy Taylor on July 10, 2015

Smoking is widely known to cause cancer and stroke. It is also associated with many other diseases affecting many organs of the body. But it can be a major contributor to mental illness as well, according to the latest study. Upon analysing data from 61 studies conducted between 1980 and 2014, researchers from King’s College London found that 57 per [Read More…]

5 Habits to Keep Your Mental Health Strong

By Lisa Franchi on July 09, 2015

One in 4 people in UK is going to experience a mental health problem in the course of a year. And among the most common conditions are anxiety disorder and depression. According to Mental Health Foundation, British men are three times more likely to die by suicide compared to British women. Furthermore, UK has one of the highest rates of self-harm in Europe, [Read More…]

Studies Prove Cherries as a Real Superfood

By Sharon Moore on July 09, 2015

Cherries are known for being a haven of powerful life-saving antioxidants. But more than, they also contain lots of health-promoting compounds which help cut the risk of heart disease, improve sleep quality, and trim belly fats! What’s more, they have the power to prevent inflammation and subsequent tissue damage in exhausted muscles, according to D [Read More…]

Daily Mindful Practices to Stay Grounded During Difficult Moments

By Amy Taylor on July 08, 2015

Some days can be good, others can be outright bad and terrible. It is therefore important to have practices that we can turn to each day to keep us grounded. Such practices are those that restore our calm, focus, energy and optimism. Below are some powerful mindful practices that you can do each day to cultivate peace of mind, keep your balance, and have a [Read More…]

Headaches and Their Surprising Causes

By Rebecca Lewis on July 08, 2015

We all experience headache from time to time. But if you suffer from headache too often, something could be wrong. Today, let’s learn more about headaches and their surprising causes. Weather As the weather changes, so does your chance of getting a headache. In some people, a change in weather can cause headache. Sunny, hot days and high humidity are [Read More…]

Sugary Drinks to Blame for 184,000 Deaths Worldwide Each Year

By Amy Taylor on July 07, 2015

The increasing consumption of sugary drinks has led to some 184,000 deaths worldwide, new research found. It highlights the impact of sugary diet on public health, which includes an increased risk of major health diseases: cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer. The findings were based on 62 national dietary surveys, which included more than 600,000 [Read More…]

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