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Stress Management

Stress management processes and tools allow you stop the stress-burnout cycle. It’s not the stressors that are causing your defence mechanisms to activate; it’s your reaction to them. Clearly, there are external factors that drive stress, from overload to family…

Intellectual Wellbeing…

The intellectual dimension of wellbeing involves embracing creativity and mental stimulation Intellectual wellbeing is having a curiosity and strong desire to learn. It is valuing many experiences, staying stimulated with new ideas, and sharing. It is responding to challenges and…

Wellbeing Spas Of The Future…

The treatment menus from 20 years ago are still similar in terms of the services being offered, despite some innovative changes in the sector.   Spas started becoming a vital part of wellness offerings in the mid-90s, and some 20…

How To Change your Brain’s Default Mode

Someone wiser than me said that “taking on the practice of meditation is not so much adding something to your life, but rather removing things, obstacles to you awareness.” This is definitely in line with the point of the video….

The Secret Knowledge Of Believing

The subconscious mind learns by repetition and not by logic. By Claude M. Bristol Think of the subconscious mind as the storage room of everything that is currently not in your conscious mind. The subconscious mind stores all of your…

Mastering Logical Fallacies

Presented by Bo Bennett, PhD This is a crash course, meant to catapult you into a world where you start to see things how they really are, not how you think they are. The focus of this course is on…

Why Self-mastery Involves Copying Others

Why is it important to copy the ideas, work, and methods of other people? What’s the difference between imitation and innovation? What is the ideal master-apprentice relationship and why are they necessary? Today’s “practical wisdom” post is a master-student comparison…

10 Beliefs of Highly Wise People

You are about to read what I believe to be 10 of the wisest concepts, ideas, or philosophical frameworks that a human being can adopt for becoming their most effective, efficient, adaptive, and joyful selves. I know, it’s quite a statement. But hear me out….

The 18-Rule Food Guide

Why, What, When, & How (Much) to Eat Why You Should Eat (Reasons) #1: Eat to Create the Best Version of Who You Really Are Purpose: Eat to fulfil the specific physical demands of your life’s mission. Life: Eat to…

4 Mental Domains You Need to Develop Daily

What does it mean to master your mind? What is the full extent to which you can consciously influence the development and expression of your mind? If there was a universal benchmark for mental mastery, what would it be? I believe there…

Build Inner Strength And Courage

Many people seek to boost their self-esteem by attempting to change their physical appearance, style and behaviors to match what they believe others find more desirable. They change their diets, exercise, wardrobes, hair-styles, houses, jobs and even try plastic surgery…

Authenticity – Become Fearless Against Imperfection

Choose authenticity, self-esteem and confidence to become more resilient against self-destructive behaviours. In its purest essence, authenticity actually means; being true to your inherent nature, your unique personality, values, beliefs, spirit, and character. It means you are sincere, and express…

Videos: Longevity Through Sauna And Fasting

In this video Dr. Rhonda Patrick summarises a recent study that found that frequency of sauna use was associated with decreased risk of death. Using the sauna 2-3 times per week was associated with 24% lower all-cause mortality and 4-7…

Gather Mind Acuity From The Intellect Tree

Words by Ben Greenfield The Intellect Tree (Celastrus paniculatus) is a woody climbing shrub that grows throughout India at elevations up to 5,900 ft (1,800 m). Celastrus paniculatus, also known as Jyotishmati and “intellect tree”, is widely used in traditional…

The Importance of Appearance

The importance of a person’s appearance dates back to the beginning of time, when finding a proper mate was of the utmost priority. Individuals with a strong physique and healthy features have always attracted those of the opposite sex more…

The art of being yourself

Caroline McHugh | TEDxMiltonKeynesWomen How many times has someone offered you that careless but well meaning invocation to ‘just be yourself’? Like that was an easy thing to do? Being nobody but yourself is hard in a world where most…

Healthy Lifestyle

“What Man Can Be He Must Be…” We all want a long, happy, healthy life with an abundance of energy and vitality, free from any disorders with the ability to perform optimally (mentally) at work – and physically at leisure…

Longevity

    Tens of millions die from medical conditions caused by aging each and every year, and a staggering amount of money is spent on trying to defy ageing and promote longevity. As it stands right now, the risk of…

Self Care

We are living in a critical time, with increasing environmental and social pressures. It can feel like we have a rapidly shrinking time frame for making change. This pressure-cooker of a situation leaves many of us working frantically, thinking short-term,…

The Workplace Is Killing People and Nobody Cares

A new book examines the massive health care toll today’s work culture exacts on employees. Text by Dylan Walsh Jeffrey Pfeffer has an ambitious aspiration for his latest book. “I want this to be the Silent Spring of workplace health,” says Pfeffer, a professor of…

Analysing the 10 universal emotions

Analysing the 10 universal emotions Before jumping into an explanation of each one of these emotions, it’s important to understand that these emotional responses are a signal to your conscious brain that something is not working, and therefore something needs…

What Movement?

Human movement includes not only actions at the joints of the body, but also the motion of individual organs and even individual cells. As you read these words, red and white blood cells are moving throughout your body, muscle cells…

How to fine-tune your mindset

Identify your counter-mindsets Mindsets are formed through prior experiences and emotional milestones, and the mindsets that aren’t producing the results you want are called counter-mindsets. Some examples of these are self-doubt, limiting beliefs, and any other negative thoughts that get…

Parenting Styles and How to Identify Yours

By Bianca Mgbemere and Rachel Telles In psychology today, there are four major recognized parenting styles: authoritative, neglectful, permissive, and authoritarian. Each one carries different characteristics and brings about different reactions in the children which they are used on. It…

Video: Understanding Acid/Alkaline

Is alkalizing your body through diet as great as we hear? What about an acidic diet? How does the body respond to that? Dr. Peter Glidden discusses the pH balance and how the body regulates it. He also discusses the…

Article: 7 Steps to Balance Hormones Naturally

Dr Axe Hormones — such as oestrogen, testosterone, adrenaline and insulin — are extremely important chemical messengers that affect many aspects of your overall health. Hormones are secreted by various glands and organs, including your thyroid, adrenals, pituitary, ovaries, testicles and…

Article: All about the central nervous system

By Tim Newman Reviewed by Seunggu Han, MD Last updated Fri 22 December 2017 on Medical News Today The central nervous system consists of the brain and spinal cord. It is referred to as “central” because it combines information from the entire body…

Article: What is Genotoxicity?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia In genetics, genotoxicity describes the property of chemical agents that damages the genetic information within a cell causing mutations, which may lead to cancer. While genotoxicity is often confused with mutagenicity, all mutagens are genotoxic, whereas not all genotoxic substances are mutagenic….

Video: Before you detox….

Dr. Walter Crinnion discusses cleansing or detoxing. There are many products out there you can buy to detox. But Dr. Crinnion says instead of buying those, do three things that can be simpler and much more effective than any over-the-counter…

Video: A word on gluten

Dr. Bob DeMaria, The Drugless Doctor, explains what gluten is and some of the surprising products it may be found in! He also discusses how your body may be dealing with it and what it can do to inhibit how…

Video: Sugar

Dr. Michael Farley offers a great description of the steps your body goes through to deal with sugar. Find out just how damaging it is when it comes to cancer and even heart disease! Find out the role sugar plays…

Video: Why you need minerals

Robert Scott Bell discusses minerals issue and shares what he says is the most powerful anti-cancer and cancer prevention nutrient. Find out what he suggests are other successful, natural methods in fighting and helping prevent cancer. But be sure to find…

Article: Why supplement?

Bioavailability – What You Eat Isn’t What You Get Fresh fruits and vegetables are the most nutrient-rich foods available. But their nutrient density depends on many variables, and you can never be quite sure what you’re getting. Nutrient content is affected by…

Reference Article: Evolution Of Soil

The link between soil and health… 95% of the food that we eat comes from soil. Animals, plants and people depend on it, and so does the planet… Research clearly states that trace minerals serve in preventing catabolic and debilitating…

Video: Clogged Artery

In this video, Dr. Berg discusses clogged artery and why there is so much confusion about it. He also explains the truth about cholesterol and what it really means when it comes to your diet.     There is a…

Article: The Mother of All Antioxidants

Words by Doctor Axe Coined “The Mother of All Antioxidants” by Mark Hyman, MD, glutathione is one of the hottest topics in both natural health and medical circles today. (1) Pronounced “gloota-thigh-own,” nearly 117,000 peer-reviewed scientific articles have addressed this powerhouse molecule,…

Article: Body Systems

Body systems are groups of organs and tissues that work together to perform important jobs for the body. Some organs may be part of more than one body system, if they serve more than one function. All body systems are…

Article: The Microbiome Connection

You’ve heard about “good gut bacteria” and probiotics. It’s a hot topic for researchers, with ample evidence showing the connection between the types of bacteria living in our gastrointestinal tracts and our health, mood, and weight. Research shows that beneficial bacteria is associated with…

Video: The hidden brain in your skin

Claudia Aguirre tells us about the “hidden brain” in our skin and the surprising things it reveals about our mental health. Claudia Aguirre is a Neuroscientist, Skincare Expert, Spokesperson and Lecturer, UCLA Alumni, and TEDMED contributor.  

What are ORAC Units?

The ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) unit, ORAC value, or “ORAC score” is a method of measuring the in vitro antioxidant capacity of different foods and supplements. More than two decades in the making, it was originally developed by scientists…

Detox From Free Radicals

Many alternative medicine practitioners promote various methods such as dieting detox and long periods of fasting, or only consuming certain substances, but there’s no evidence to date that these detox diets have any health benefits – on the contrary it…

Article: About MSM

MSM has been widely used as a nutritional supplement for over 25 years for a range of uses including joint health, immune function, muscle soreness, skin health, general wellness, and as a source of organic sulfur. MSM or methylsulfonylmethane is…