If you’re troubled by fear, WATCH THIS

Updated: November 20, 2022



If you're troubled by fear, WATCH THIS




Effective Ways To Improve Your Memory

Improving memory is not a complicated process. In the article, I list ways proven to be effective you can make use of to improve your memory.

To Improve Your Memory, Use Mnemonics

Discover how you can improve your memory through the use of mnemonics. Given are some examples you can try out.

The Aging Brain: 5 Things You Must Know

Medical research has made headway with understanding what factors are involved in maintaining healthy brain functioning. The reader can take 5 simple steps to include in his lifestyle that will ensure a healthy brain and healthy body throughout the lifespan.

How To Improve Your Memory With Games and Activities

Learn how engaging in games and activities can help improve your memory. Some examples are laid out for your use.

Alzheimer’s Related Medical Conditions

Alzheimer’s Disease is the most common form of dementia, affecting about 5.3 Americans, and it is expected to grow to 15 million Americans with this disease by the middle of this century. Almost everyone has heard about the condition, and we even see advertisements on television for medicines that may be able to slow the progression of the disease. What we probably do not hear a lot about is that Alzheimer’s commonly is accompanied by other neurological problems that caregivers and Alzheimer’s patients’ providers should be looking for.

How To Change Your Behaviour To Improve Your Memory

Discover the ways in which you can improve memory by changing your behaviour. These ways are not only easy to implement, but most importantly very effective.

Concentration and Its Effect on Memory Improvement

Learn how concentration can effect your memory’s performance. It is necessary to improve your concentration in order to improve your memory.

Beating Anxiety Disorders – Not All in the Mind – Part 1

Anxiety and depression now affect a substantial part of the human population. Levels of anxiety are increasing, both because of changes to life’s demands, and the damaging and sometimes dangerous affect of our current diet. This article begins a series of discussions about cause and effect of anxiety disorders and provides practical ways to beat these debilitating disorders.

Baby Boomers, Inattentive ADHD, Sluggish Cognitive Tempo and the Brain’s Default Mode

The aging brain resembles the brains of people with Inattentive ADHD (ADHD-PI) and Sluggish Cognitive Tempo (SCT). A growing cohort of Baby Boomers is driving research into what cause the aging brain to process information more slowly, to become more forgetful and to be less focused. This new research and research into a new discovery called the Brain’s Default Mode may help bring more insight into what is going on in the brains of people with ADHD-PI and SCT.

All In the Family: The Triangle

Have you ever seen a genogram? I find them fascinating, but they may look like chicken scratch to the uninformed. And, as you may notice if you ever see one, family systems therapists, or therapists who view dysfunction in terms of the family rather than the individual, are into shapes. Find out what the good old triangle can do for you.

Adult ADHD: Natural Treatments Vs Prescription Drugs

I am one of the few doctors in this country who is board certified in anti-aging and am currently the Director of South Florida’s Institute For Healthy Aging. With more than two decades of experience in treating thousands of patients, you could say I’ve seen it all. I treat a wide range of medical conditions- from cancer to obesity- and believe that natural, practical alternatives carry the day. I believe that education is fundamental to prevention and wellness.

Core Values and the Psychiatric Battle Within

Being mental health consumers, as we get older, we often lose track of the core values that once controlled how we live. Dealing with the symptoms and the anxieties brought on by day-to-day life, we sometimes lose track of who we are as a person. The behaviors that we exhibit, and the actions that we take, while being symptomatic, often clash with the core values that were instilled in us.

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