Wandering Mind is a Sign of Good Working Memory, New Study Suggests

By Helen Holmes on March 19, 2012

Do you always find yourself unconsciously diverting thoughts while in the middle of usual routines like taking a bath, eating breakfast, and commuting to work? Contrary to the popular belief, wandering mind is an indication that you have a good working memory, a new study suggests. Wandering Mind – Good or Bad? Do you know that an average person can [Read More…]

It is Not What You Eat, It is Why

Facing up to the reasons behind your unhappy relationship with food might be the clue to help you make the changes once and for all.  It can be hard to express our feelings in words and for some people it translates into over eating or ‘comfort’ eating. Why is it that you find yourself overeating on those occasions that you find most stres [Read More…]

Power Nap Improves Mental and Physical Health, Experts Say

By Amy Taylor on March 16, 2012

Amidst a very tight schedule, many of us find it impractical to take a nap in the middle of the day. That’s totally true if you work full time from 9am to 5pm. But according to research, sleeping for at least one hour during midday reduces stress level and lowers blood pressure. The World’s Illustrious Cat-Nappers Many of the world’s most [Read More…]

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) as a Treatment for Dementia

By Chris Lee on March 15, 2012

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) aims to reduce the presentation of disruptive behaviours, emotions, and thought processes, through the use of psychotherapeutic tasks in the present. It is believed that these behaviours, emotions and thought processes can be controlled or even removed through altering the underlying causes. Recently, CBT therapies have be [Read More…]

Don’t Fall into a Decision Quicksand! How to Decide Fast without Regretting about the Result

By Lisa Franchi on March 15, 2012

Should I have coffee or tea? Will I watch movie or just stay at home and read a book? Which brand is better, this one or that? Every day of our lives is decision-making day. And whatever the consequence of that decision is, we have to bear. The same is true when making tougher decisions I life like changing a career path, ending a relationship, or getting ma [Read More…]

Could you Quit 4 Life on National No-Smoking Day?

14th March is National No-Smoking Day. You can join thousands of others in marking the occasion, whether it’s by taking the plunge yourself, or supporting someone else who has decided to become a non-smoker.   I’m a Clinical Hypnotherapist, helping people in Birmingham and surrounding area to quit for life – in fact, I offer a service [Read More…]

Feeling Low? Why Don’t You Dress Up? New Study Suggests that We Can Dress for Happiness

By Sharon Moore on March 14, 2012

Have you ever experienced waking up in the morning, wanting to dress up so totally different from what you usually wear? Do you sometimes think of ‘redesigning’ your image and you don’t know why? Well, you’re not alone. A lot of people feel the same way too. After all, it’s normal. According to research, the way you dress is aff [Read More…]

Tips for No Smoking Day (14th March 2012)

This Wednesday (14th March 2012) is No Smoking Day in the UK, so here are my top tips for no Smoking Day. If you have decided to quit smoking on No Smoking Day this year, then these tips may give you a better chance of success. My first tip is: “Don’t cut down – cut it out!”. If you have decided to quit on No Smoking Day, then stop c [Read More…]

Pepsi and Coke Need to Change Recipes to Avoid Cancer Warning Label

By Rebecca Lewis on March 12, 2012

Two of the biggest soft drink producers in the world, Pepsi and Coca-Cola will have to change their recipes in America or else, they would have to put a warning sign on their product labels about its risk on cancer. But in UK, the same recipe will be retained as European regulators don’t think there’s a risk associated with them. Coke May Contai [Read More…]

Benefits of Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture

What are the advantages of using acupuncture for facial rejuvenation? There is no surgery required, and no recovery period. A facial acupuncture course involves one treatment a week for ten weeks then a top up treatment once every six months on average. The treatment takes about an hour and it is a very relaxing process. There are no foreign materials inject [Read More…]

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