The reason why we eat, is not to keep us alive alone, but also to keep our mind alive. There is a connection between being alive and food.
Have you ever felt happier and more energized after a bite from a sweet snack, or a candy bar? … More The Connection Between Food and Your Mood
One of the ways to live your best life and become the best version of yourself is by constantly and consciously working on self-improvement. And while it is easy to see all forms of improvement everywhere, hardly do people ever consider a healthy living improvement. This article talks about 10 healthy hacks to help you become better: … More 10 Healthy Hacks To Improve Yourself
One of the major addictions experienced by teenagers today is gambling. Gambling becomes an addiction gradually. It can have a lot of psychological, social and physical repercussions.
For many people, gambling is a harmless game of fun but it can become a problem when people can no longer stop doing it; an addiction. And it causes a negative impact on any area of an individual life. … More Addicted to Gambling?
I tried writing this post earlier enough, but I was feeling dizzy and I just had to sleep. Few times, I have written on sleep and how important it is. The brain uses less energy when you are asleep than it does when you are awake. Sleep is important, as much as movement is important … More Sleep; an Essential Component of Health and Wellbeing
One simple formula to save a drowning victim is the formula ABC.
A as in Airway
B as in Breathing
C as in Circulation
After checking for ABC, CPR can be done on the victim. CPR is cardiopulmonary resuscitation. It is a life-saving medical procedure which helps to pump blood around the person’s body when the heart can’t. … More How to Resuscitate a Drowning Victim
We let circumstances and fear of potential problems overshadow our faith. We create scenarios in our head that are greater than the problem we might actually have encountered and 99% of the time, these things will never happen. We just worry about everything and nothing.
Worrying is like a rocking chair, it gives you something to do but gets you nowhere. … More The Habit of Worrying
Taking a short nap helps the brain to be alert, as studies have found that a 40-minute nap increases alertness by 100%. Napping also improves your memory retention, helps to revitalize and makes one more productive for the rest of the day. … More Why You Should Always Take Naps
If you’ve been in the same space with a person who got a really exciting news and let out genuine happiness, isn’t it almost impossible for you not to smile? How’s the default expression of your face? What does it say about you? Does it speak friendly of you? Does it repel? Does it attract? It’s never a question of smiling alone, but letting out a genuine smile.
Smiling is an art. Learn it! … More Why Smiling Should Be a Part of You
Dyslexia is a lifetime struggle. Although individuals with dyslexia can be very intelligent since reading disorders do not tamper with the IQ. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can occur in people with dyslexia. … More Helping Your Child with Dyslexia