Coffee makes our brain healthier. As per neuroscience study, coffee has a chemical called ‘phenylindanes’ (only neuroscientist can go further), which help fight some serious brain diseases & neurological disorders causing depression, anxiety, sleep disturbances, slowed movements, muscle rigidity, expressionless face, cramped handwriting, trouble getting out of chair, et cetera (technically called Parkinson’s & Alzheimer’s… Continue reading How Coffee Affects Your Brain?
Even in 21st century modern age, talking about our mental problems is considered as stigma while it’s a simple health problem like any other health problems. Anyway, you want a good mental health. Right? Okay. Just do ABC – “Act-Belong-Commit” mental health workout! It’s a simple DIY workout for good mental health. “Act” here means… Continue reading Want Good Mental Health? Do ABC Workout!
Yes, art in form of drawing, painting, writing, designing, music, drama, dancing or even in the form of words (or any other form you can imagine) can be very effective in recovery from a trauma or difficult situation in life. In fact, it’s a recognized therapy & officially called ‘Art Therapy’. Art, especially drawing is… Continue reading Can Art Be A Good Way To Deal With Trauma & Depression?
Two main biological factors that affect sleep are ‘circadian clock’ & ‘sleep homeostasis’. The second one is a kind of internal timer for sleep. The longer you have been awake, the more you feel the need for sleep. It builds sleep pressure on you throughout the time you are awake & you feel tired &… Continue reading Why You Go To Sleep & What Happens When You Are Asleep?
We all feel low at many times in life. Sometimes it’s ‘not a good day’ in office, job issues, relationships, studies, financial problems and the list can add countless issues! Usually, we sit back & feel sad. But there is better thing you can do to make yourself feel better. Just forget the problems for… Continue reading One Small Thing You Can Do When Feeling Low?
Older adults face mental issues like memory & judgment loss, decrease in the ability to think & remember (scientifically called ‘Dementia’). Who wants to face such situation? Well, none of us. Want a solution for yourself or your beloved elders! Well, studies have got it.It’s simple, natural & free! Just Keep Reading & Keep Playing.… Continue reading How Memory Can Be Kept Young In Later Years of Life?
In Sweden, people celebrate their lunch breaks partying! Yes. It’s true. That may be unusual for you but not for Swedish! After having lunch, Swedish hit the dance floor for a total of 60 minutes! The idea behind this unusual culture is scientific & makes perfect sense. Dancing exercise & distraction make people more enthusiastic… Continue reading How Swedish Spend Their Lunch Breaks Will Surprise You!
We divide our day in 2 parts – One is when we sleep & the other is when we are awake. Can’t we take a small leap in our wake part? Yes, we’re talking about nap! A short nap of 20-30 minutes during daytime hours (preferably in late noon) can improve your mood, alertness &… Continue reading Why You Must Have An Afternoon Nap (Even In Office or At Work!)
As a general rule of thumb, 7-8 hours of sleep is considered as healthy sleep, right? On the other hand, some people do well with just 5-6 hours while others feel sleepy even after 9-10 hours of sleep! Why? Because our genetics play major role in how much sleep we need (like they play role… Continue reading Why Different People Need Different Sleep Hours?
Depressed people speak language of depression. One study with the help of ‘computerized text analysis’, has found a set of words that depressed people use often. A few words in the chart of “depression keyword” are “lonely”, “sad” & “miserable”. Of course, these negative words express negative emotions and express the situation the person is… Continue reading These Words Are A Symbol Of Depression.
No wonder that most (if not all!) divorcees are unhappy with their life. Their poor life satisfaction can cause development of unhealthy habits like smoking & no exercise. Most surprisingly, an analysis of 5786 people found that separation can increase the risk of early death by about 47%! One point to be noted here is… Continue reading Relation Between Divorce & Health!
Well, criticizing yourself is just another form of negativity & it does not do anything good to your life. We all made mistakes. Mistakes are for learning & not for self-criticism. Sometimes, We make a mistake or made a wrong decision and we start blaming ourselves, right? Such behavior can hamper your productivity & can… Continue reading Why You Should Not Criticize Yourself?