Is Technology Using You? | Jim Kwik Updated for 2023

Updated: August 21, 2023

Is Technology Using You? | Jim Kwik

Dealing With PTSD, Grief, and Other Problems That Can Arise From Time in Iraq or Afghanistan

Coming home from war is a very trying time for most. There is the VA, but the thought of dealing with the ‘system’ can be a mental overload. There are other avenues, but no matter which route you take, working out the problems before they take control of your life is not only wise and healthy for you, but for your family as well.

Practical Ways To Exercise Your Left Brain As A Creative Right-Brained Type

Each of us has two separate parts of our brain most commonly referred to as “left brain” and “right brain” and we all are more inclined towards using one part of the brain more than the other. Research shows that the brain works more efficiently overall when we spend time developing the less dominant part of our brain and because of that it makes sense. Here are some highly practical suggestions for those who are “right brained” to exercise the left brain.

The Food Brain Connection

Is our food making us sick? Unfortunately the answer is a definite yes. In this article I outline a new disease model called CARB syndrome that explains the rapid rise in obesity, diabetes and a long list of common medical problems. You will also learn how a few simple components in our modern diet are triggering this devastating disease.

Past Abortion: Grief, Guilt and Therapy

Women may have an anniversary reaction or suddenly find themselves feeling guilty and grieving over an abortion that may have happened many years earlier. There are often important psychological reasons for this and the experience can be a profoundly meaningful one if the woman allows herself to reflect deeply and honestly upon it.

Memory Games: 5 Ways to Sharpen Your Memory

The memory is a very powerful tool. An excellent functioning memory can do you great things but a poor one can cause a lot of inconveniences. Thus, it is important that you regularly perform brain boosting activities because it is the only way to enhance this very important tool. There are many means to boost the memory including developing a habit of playing memory games.

The Frustration of Memory Loss

What brain training is and how it works. This field of study was originally associated with biology but it has been found to also tie in with chemistry, engineering, linguistics, engineering and others.

What Is Motor Control And How Do You Improve It?

What brain training is and how it works. This field of study was originally associated with biology but it has been found to also tie in with chemistry, engineering, linguistics, engineering and others.

Mild Cognitive Impairment And Dementia

Mild cognitive impairment also referred to as dementia is a loss of brain function that usually happens with certain diseases. Most types of dementia are non reversible and cannot be stopped or turned back. The most common type of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease.

Alzheimer’s Disease and Natural Prevention Tips

Years ago, I watched my grandmother change from the active, loving, laughing woman to someone I didn’t recognize (not physically) in a very short period of time. Back then (20 years ago) we called it Alzheimer’s disease, but were never sure that is what she really had. In preparing to write this article, my research confirms something that the doctors back then couldn’t; she died from Alzheimer’s disease.

The Difference Between Psychotherapy and Counselling Today

What is the difference between Counselling and Therapy? There is a considerable overlap in that both counselling and psychotherapy are about overcoming personal difficulties and facilitating change. The methods used are similar and in some instances identical; the differences relate more to the goals and interests and to the setting in which the professional counsellor or therapist works.

Parenting Defiant Children: 4 Tips To Conquer Your Child’s Behavior

Have you already found some tips about parenting defiant children? If you haven’t, then this article is destined for you. Parenting children with medical condition ODB or what is commonly known as ‘Oppositional Defiant Behavior’ is not an easy job. The symptoms usually appear as early as the age of two. It is very crucial to address the symptoms; otherwise, they might just worsen without you noticing them.

4 Secrets About Parenting A Defiant Child Revealed

Are you having a hard time parenting a defiant child? Are you almost giving up talking to your child gently because it just would not work for him? Have you grown tired browsing through the Internet for tips on how to effectively manage your child with ODD?

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