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20 Simple Stress Relief Techniques20 Simple Stress Relief Techniques

You need relief! Stress relief, that is – and we 20 simple but highly effective stress reduction techniques that you can use, starting now.1. Prep for tomorrow.Nothing is more stressful than being unprepared. Get organized so you're ready for the next day, taking a few minutes to make a to-do list and clean up before you leave. Knowing you've got everything covered means you'll be less likely to fret about work in the evenings. When you come in the next morning, you'll have the sense that

Glenda Jacobs

July 27


  • Bluetooth: Why Modern Tech is Named After Powerful King of Denmark and Norway

    Harald “Blåtand” Gormsson was a King of Denmark and Norway who lived during the 10th century AD. He was responsible for the unification of Denmark. Following this feat, Harald set his sights beyond the borders of his own kingdom, and conquered Norway. Whilst the majority of his subjects were followers of paganism, Harald was favorably inclined towards Christianity. He did what he could to promote this foreign faith within his kingdom. Today, Harald Blåtand (‘Bluetooth’) is a household name

    Elisa Webb

    December 14

    Bluetooth: Why Modern Tech is Named After Powerful King of Denmark and Norway
  • ADHD: What Everyone Needs to Know

    In their book, ADHD: What Everyone Needs to Know, authors Stephen P. Hinshaw and Katherine Ellison systematically answer all your burning questions about ADHD. The authors make an excellent writing team. Their extensive knowledge and compassion is evident and that feels reassuring, particularly when they are addressing controversial topics.Stephen is a professor at the University of California and an internationally recognized expert on ADHD. Katherine Ellison is a Pulitzer prize winning

    Paula Montgomery

    October 14

    ADHD: What Everyone Needs to Know
  • Reiki for Runners — Improve Your Performance, Decrease Injury and Recover Faster

    Did you know that about 80 percent of runners get injured yearly, due to poor footwear, weak and tight muscles, inadequate core strength and overtraining? Every runner should apply the “10 Percent Rule,” which is to never increase the mileage more than 10 percent week after week. A small mileage increase will help to decrease injuries.As a Certified Personal Trainer and former runner, I know first-hand the importance of strengthening, stretching and progressing slowly to avoid injuries while

    Jody Huff

    May 18

    Reiki for Runners — Improve Your Performance, Decrease Injury and Recover Faster
  • Epley Maneuver and other Home Remedies for Vertigo

    The spinning sensation and dizziness you get from vertigo can limit your activities and make you feel sick. Depending on the cause, though, some simple maneuvers you can do at home might bring relief.The most common type is BPPV (benign paroxysmal positional vertigo), and it's also the easiest to treat. BPPV happens when small crystals of calcium get loose in your inner ear. You may feel it when you're getting in or out of bed, or tilting your head up. People over 60 are more likely to get this

    Oliver Parsons

    September 15

    Epley Maneuver and other Home Remedies for Vertigo
  • Interpersonal Neurobiology

    Interpersonal neurobiology (IPNB) was developed by Dan Siegel and Allan Schore. IPNB uses the clinical evidence that supports continuous brain growth as its foundation. This technique examines the opportunity for healing trauma by stimulating the brain with powerful and positive persuasion. Studies have shown that conditions that were once considered to be irreversible may actually be able to be transformed in a healthy way. Because the brain grows continuously throughout our lives, the

    Mercedes Newton

    June 02

    Interpersonal Neurobiology
  • Scientists Prove That Pop Music Can Be Harmful for Our Brains

    Research proves what our parents have been saying all along: Modern pop music really is worse than older generations of pop music. Not only that, it has negative effects on your brain, too — if you're chiefly a pop music fan, you're likely to be less creative than any other kind of music lover.But that says more about the industry than it does about you. Bad pop music is a harder habit to kick than you think. Kicking it, though, is way more important than you thought.In 2008, Adrian North of

    Johanna Barrett

    September 21

    Scientists Prove That Pop Music Can Be Harmful for Our Brains
  • Human Consciousness A Result of An Ancient Virus, Say Searches

    You've got an ancient virus in your brain. In fact, you've got an ancient virus at the very root of your conscious thought. According to two papers published in the journal Cell in January, long ago, a virus bound its genetic code to the genome of four-limbed animals. That snippet of code is still very much alive in humans' brains today, where it does the very viral task of packaging up genetic information and sending it from nerve cells to their neighbors in little capsules that look a whole

    Phyllis Fields

    June 25

    Human Consciousness A Result of An Ancient Virus, Say Searches
  • The Cannabis Oil Recipe to Heal Cancer. The Safest Way to Make It

    This is a tribute to Rick Simpson, without whom cannabis oil for healing would probably not be used successfully by so many today. He tells everyone he didn’t invent cannabis oil, he “rediscovered” it.But his attempts to legalize it in Canada and promote his rediscovery to the world has brought attention to many now using cannabis oil for safe, effective, and rapid healing of cancer and other diseases that are impossible from mainstream medicine.Rick used high grade naphtha as the solvent to

    Samuel Carlson

    December 30

    The Cannabis Oil Recipe to Heal Cancer. The Safest Way to Make It
  • Management of Phakka Roga in Ayurveda

    Kashyap samhita is one of the important ancient documents of kaumarbhritya. Kaumarbhritya is one among the eight branch of ayurveda. Kaumarbhritya consist from birth of baby up to he becomes capable of independent existence. During this phase physical and mental development takes place. It consists of various descriptions of diseases and their treatment. Phakka roga one of the most important diseases happens in childhood period and has been described only in kashyap samhita elaborately.Bala

    Anita Kelley

    June 09

    Management of Phakka Roga in Ayurveda
  • The myth of Cassandra

    In Greek mythology, Cassandra was one of the princesses of Troy, daughter of Priam and Hecuba. According to the Myth, Cassandra was astonishingly beautiful and blessed with the gift of foreseeing the future. Her curse was that no one believed her, a fact that weighed heavily on the destruction of Troy during the Trojan War. The Myth of Cassandra There are several different versions explaining the gift and curse of Cassandra; the most popular one is that God Apollo fell in love with her and

    Margie Walker

    September 25

    The myth of Cassandra
  • 7 Reasons to Take 1 Tablespoon of Vinegar a Day

    Vinegar has recently become the poster child of the alternative health community, and for once its health claims are well founded. You’d be hard pressed to browse through the archives of a health-related website or magazine and not come across something touting the body-nurturing benefits of apple cider vinegar, the natural cleaning powers of white vinegar, or the cholesterol-stabilizing effects of balsamic vinegar.The beauty of vinegar is that it’s just so darn versatile. Particularly in the

    Earnest Chandler

    May 03

    7 Reasons to Take 1 Tablespoon of Vinegar a Day