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Personal Success Comes From Mindfulness

Aug 28, 2016 | | Say something

Whether it is on the field of professional sport or in the Buddhist temple, you will find exponents of the art of mindfulness. Mindfulness – the exact opposite of mindlessness – is the only key you need to unlock a life of peace, calm and effortless success. Doesn’t matter what kind of success you have […more]

Feng Shui for the Conference Room

Jun 19, 2016 | | Say something

Things can happen fast in meetings, or they can drone on for hours will little progress or inspiration. If you want to use every trick available to get ahead, make sure you get a spot at the table that has no negative or stagnant chi. Where to sit in a conference room 1) Sit where […more]

NEURALTA BRAIN POWER Liquid Capsules and Cognitive Impairment

Jun 6, 2016 | | Say something

It stands to reason that the older we get the more our body deteriorates, both physically and mentally. The brain is no exception. We start having trouble remembering the names of people we met recently, remembering the flow of a conversation, and maybe even a tendency of misplacing things. We normally become aware of all […more]

Cognitive Skills Retraining & Recovery

May 28, 2016 | | Say something

Cognitive Skills Retraining & Recovery Once a heavy accident that involves trauma to the brain, it is usually necessary for a patient to bear cognitive skills retraining. This is often a therapeutic process with the goal of improving memory, attention span, organization, downside solving and decision creating skills. In some cases, the goal of the […more]

Mind Over Munching: Weight-loss Through Mindfulness

May 22, 2016 | | Say something

Why are you overweight? Why can’t you lose weight? It comes down to two things: eating too much and eating the wrong food-and most likely eating too much of the wrong food. So, why do we eat too much, and why do we eat the wrong food, when we know with absolute certainty this will […more]

Latest No Cognitive Ablilities Of Their Own News

Mar 3, 2016 | | Say something

Kill the 5-Paragraph Essay There will be some who want to defend the 5-paragraph essay as “training wheels” for the type of academic writing that will come later. You’ve got to know the rules to break the rules, right? Not really. At least not these rules, and the way students … Read more on Inside […more]

A Sharp Mind is a Healthy Mind

Dec 31, 2015 | | Say something

A Sharp Mind is a Healthy Mind Our health is influenced by numerous factors. Shoppers may not immediately associate cognitive health with their overall wellbeing, but cognitive, physical and even emotional health are very much entwined. This is demonstrated in the way that various … Read more on WholeFoods Magazine The New Story Of Computing: Invisible […more]

Effective TReatment For Compulsive Hoarding: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Dec 5, 2015 | | Say something

Hoarding, also known as compulsive hoarding disorder or pathological hoarding is a problem in which the sufferer accumulates an excessive amount of clutter in their home to the extent that sections of their homes are no longer functional for their original purpose. This condition poses different hazards to the sufferer such as fire hazard and […more]

Cognitive training offers hope for individuals with Mild Cognitive Impairment.

Dec 2, 2015 | | Say something

In my previous article “Cognitive training or Video Games” I presented results of a peer-reviewed publication. Those results showed that, if you want to improve cognitive function, individualized and systematic cognitive training achieves much better results than playing a selection of 12 popular video games for the same amount of time. The participants in this […more]

Latest No Cognitive Ablilities Of Their Own News

Mar 9, 2014 | | Say something

Israel Is in National Denial Regarding Its Oppression of Palestinians And then there is a third form of denial that involves a very particular gaze and consciousness of the present, which sees something and yet fails to register its meaning and significance, fails to register its proper name, minimizes it and says to … Read […more]