We all have been there, it’s January 1st and you have a list full of things that this year you really will accomplish. Since it’s the first week you take the step, pay that gym subscription, buy healthy groceries, but after a couple of weeks, you are back into your old habits. Sounds familiar?  Today…

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According to the University of Miami, uncertain times have created a new type of chronic stress that is affecting up to 75% of the American population.  VUCA (Volatility. Uncertainty. Complexity. Ambiguity) is a term employed to classify the high-demand, high-stress that can rapidly affect one of our most powerful assets, our attention. According to neuroscientist…

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2020 has been a rough ride for most of us. A global pandemic, unemployment, economic difficulties, and even political turmoil seems to take the best of us. With Thanksgiving around the corner, it seems legitimately hard to find reasons to be thankful for. However, recent studies prove that to overcome emotional fatigue or heaviness we…

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2020 has been a rough year for everyone. A global pandemic, state lockdowns, home-office, home-schooling, can be overwhelming for anyone. With a constant bombarding of hard news and unexpected events, psychologist and psychiatrist have developed a term for this emotional state, “crisis fatigue”. What Is a Crisis Fatigue?  According to Dr. Petros Levounis, professor and…

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From Brain Injuries to Dementia… What are the different types of brain disorders? Your brain is your body’s control center. It’s part of the nervous system, which also includes the spinal cord and a large network of nerves and neurons. Together, the nervous system controls everything from your senses to the muscles throughout your body.…

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Long waiting lines, lots of traffic, endless emails, and unmet requirements can lead to one thing in common… anger. Feeling angry by casual annoyances is considered normal and healthy, however, if you are spending most of your time upset, it can be dangerous. According to recent studies, chronic anger has been linked with a wide…

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January can be a really anxious month. The post-holiday feeling, the return to work, and even the debt related to Christmas presents can affect people’s mood and increase anxiety. According to the world-famous physiologist Roy Baumeister, humans can be wired for negativity. We are more likely to focus on that thing that our partner did…

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Thanksgiving and holiday season is finally here. For most people, this can be the most anticipated time of the year. However, for those suffering from social anxiety, thanksgiving can represent everything but fun. Today we will share a couple of tips for you to identify it, and feel at your best during the holidays! What…

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