Mental and Cognitive Health
There are lots of different ways to say it.
“Whistling in the dark”, “faking it until you feel it”, and “skipping past the graveyard” are just a few examples. But they all really boil down to just one thing, and that’s the power of positive thinking.
If the fastest way to rot a kid's mind is with TV and junk food, the slow method involves plain old water.
Dr. Alexander Schauss discusses the amino acid L-Arginine… commonly referred to as “the miracle molecule”… and its many roles in the body from an aid in sexual functioning for both men and women to its being a key player in cognitive function and memory.
Ready for some…well, frankly, unsurprising news?
Two antidepressants commonly given to Alzheimer’s patients have been found to be no more effective than a placebo.
Our diet has changed radically over the past century and has become a significant cause of disease and illness as animal based foods account for a quarter of our calories.
Recently, I ran into my old friend Kristen at the grocery store. As we greeted each other, I realized that my husband had never met her before and that I needed to introduce them.
My doctor is referring me to a psychologist because I’m having so many bad dreams. These are new for me, and while I believe that dreams are “telling” I can’t help but wonder if it’s something I’m taking. In the last 6 months, I’ve began taking three new prescriptions. Could my drugs have any bearing on my sleep or dream state?
Well, mainstream medicine is right about one thing and that’s if you’re feeling stressed or anxious, popping a pill can help.
Most people don’t like getting harsh criticism from others. The reality is, though, many of us can be our own worst critics.
Yes, just like Guilty Dog here we too sometimes fall off the healthy-eating wagon. But don’t beat yourself up too much over it.