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An Introduction to REM Sleep and the Other 4 Stages of Sleep

04th January 2012
Throughout the night while we're sleeping, our bodies go through 5 stages of sleep - stages one through four, called non-REM sleep and the last stage called REM sleep. REM stands for rapid eye movement and it refers to the rapid action of our eyes during... Read >
Author: Reese Richards

Nightingale Learning System's The Flexbrain Method

01st April 2011
Since years, many studies did prove all the benefits you will get from exercising your brain, besides the improvements to your mental performances. Similar to other part of your body, doing brain exercises on a daily basis will help keep your neurons very... Read >
Author: Kent McLaughlin

Mind Instruction Workouts - Easy Methods to Unleash the Potentials of Your Mind

18th February 2011
Just like physical workouts, mind training work outs are also important in order to realize an extended and content existence. They ended up being proven to boost cognitive capabilities like memory space and finding out. These workout routines also assist... Read >
Author: Reed Prez

Beta Blockers For Shyness

08th September 2010
Beta blockers can provide some benefits in lessening the distressing physical symptoms of social anxiety, such as pounding heart,, shaking, sweaty palms, et cetera. It is possible that medication can even reduce some of the negative thoughts felt by anxie... Read >
Author: Timothy Arends

Stress, Depression, And Their Impact on Intelligence

22nd August 2010
Stress and depression are two of the things in modern life that you have to deal with at one point or another. The former is an everyday thing, one that can stem from something as difficult as social anxiety to something as mundane as tripping over your o... Read >
Author: Alberto Martinez

What Causes Sweating, Why Am I Perspiring?

22nd April 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Lynsey Carter Good normal daily living your life causes sweating, or perspiring by another name. Healthy sweating comes about basically because of: * hot ambient temperatures, especially in summer months * most physical exercise or... Read >
Author: Lynsey B Carter

How Cigarette Smoking Causes Disease and Amputation of Fingers, Arms, and Legs!

11th January 2010
Nicotine itself is not addictive, but it is responsible for releasing dopamine, a neurotransmitter associated with pleasure and reinforcements in the brain, thus inducing addictive tendencies in humans. Nicotine is a chemical found in tobacco leaf, the ma... Read >
Author: Glenford Robinson

How To Optimize Your Brain and Improve Your Memory

07th October 2009
The importance of your brain cannot be overstated. In my years of speaking to clients, the first thing I always advice them to do is improve first their brain... be it to improve a relationship, quality of life or even a business, because at the end of th... Read >
Author: johnhogan

How To Prevent Mental Decline in Old Age

22nd September 2009
Your every action... your every thought is controlled by your brain. Every time you do something and every time a thought passes through your mind, networks of neurons in your brain fires signals to different parts of your body. These neurons that fires a... Read >
Author: johnhogan

Memory Exercises - Your Solution For A Photographic Memory

15th May 2009
Having a photographic memory is not something you can actually be born with. Some of us have a photographic memory and some of us do not. This is where the basis of evolution and generation genetic information come into play and the strength of our memori... Read >
Author: Greg Frost

Neurotransmitter Testing: How Detecting Neurotransmitter Imbalance Can Help You to Feel Better, Fast

13th April 2009
Neurotransmitters, chemicals in our brains that work as messengers between brain cells, are responsible for most of what goes on in our bodies. They regulate our behavior, our emotions, our ability to learn, and the way we sleep. When these chemicals are ... Read >
Author: Valerie

The Causes and Treatments for IBS Paresthesia

11th February 2008
Paresthesia is having a sensation of pricking, tingling or numbness of the skin with no apparent cause.  The feeling of needles and pins can literally drive a person up a wall.  I know because I not only suffer from diabetic neuropathy but paresthesia ... Read >
Author: Jessica Bradbury

Kraepelin test proves that computer games stunting the teen brains

08th October 2007
Computer games though very interesting and enjoying are gradually proving to be a threat to the children who are growing addicted to it. Using the most sophisticated technology, it has been found that the violence or the tendency to lose control of one is... Read >
Author: Cade Wilson

Asperger's Syndrome and Unequal Reaction to Pain

24th July 2006
As Parents, Teachers and Professionals of children with Asperger's Syndrome we are all familiar with the enigma of their unequal reaction to pain and injury. A stubbed toe or paper cut may set off a pain response (crying, screaming, and sobbing) such as i... Read >
Author: Nelle Frances

The Neurological Causes of Alzheimers Disease

07th June 2006
The true causes of Alzheimer's disease remain elusive. However, researchers have made progress in understanding the neurological roots of this debilitating condition. The disease is named after Alois Alzheimer, who was the first to identify the peculi... Read >
Author: Jane Peters
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