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10 Ways to Improve Self Esteem

30th May 2012
Your self esteem is the way by which you feel yourself. It is therefore imperative for you to find ways to improve self esteem. If you feel good about yourself, it will be reflected in your decisions, choices, behavior and personality. 1. Recognize yo... Read >
Author: Victoria Summers

Healing Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

08th February 2011
We can all find ourselves feeling anxious at times. This anxiety is usually just a normal process in the mind, forcing us to face problems and work through solutions. Within people suffering obsessive-compulsive disorder, these feelings last for an excess... Read >
Author: Jason Albany

How To Attract Any Man – 5 Things That Drive Men Crazy!

13th August 2010
Are you having a hard time attracting men? Do you want to know how to get a guy's affection? Are you clueless as to what it is that men really want? Attracting men is really more simple that women make it out to be. We over-think and over-do when men real... Read >
Author: Tina Jones

Schizophrenia Causes Symptoms and Treatment by Dr Smita Pandey Bhat

11th August 2010
Schizophrenia is a brain disease that disables a person from everyday functioning. Understanding what schizophrenia is and the different characteristics behind it will often allow someone to help someone who is suffering from schizophrenia. Because this i... Read >
Author: Dr Smita Pandey Bhat

ADHD behavior and Natural Remedies

19th April 2010
There are often misdiagnoses of ADHD. This means that children who do not have 'true' ADHD but whose behavioural symptoms score high on assessment tests like 'Connor's Scale', still often get labelled with ADHD. When medication (which can have damaging si... Read >
Author: compuclic

Byonetics Offers Support for Autism and Much More

05th October 2009
Scientists are beginning to use the computer as a model for the brain. In essence, the brain is a processor of information just like the computer. As with the computer, the brain needs to connect to its mental, physical and emotional software. Neuro... Read >
Author: Karen Kristofler

How Sports Can Relieve Stress

21st July 2009
Everyone has some recollection of the middle school and high school years. All of the changes in your body, as well as in your mental state begin to change dramatically. For several, this isn't a pleasant experience and can lead to problems such as stress... Read >
Author: Collin Harvey

The Health Benefits Of Paintball

11th January 2009
Participating in sports can really be good for a person. For those who are too lazy to go to the gym, there is something worth trying and that is the game of paintball. This extreme sport has been around for some time and almost anyone can play it. All it... Read >
Author: Jerald Shapiro

Stress Really Affects Your Health

27th November 2008
Stress is something that everybody endures on a fairly regular basis, but when it starts to impact negatively on your body and mind, it means you are not only stressed you are distressed.Alot of people don't realise that stress is not only something we co... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Serotonin and Dopamine Balance

14th February 2008
Copyright (c) 2008 Mary Ann Copson Working in concert, serotonin and dopamine create and reflect your feelings, moods, thoughts, and behaviors. They are neurotransmitters, a powerful group of chemicals in the brain that is responsible for physiological... Read >
Author: Mary Ann Copson

Using the Law of Attraction to Lose Weight and Be Fit

02nd February 2007
How to Use the Law of Attraction to Lose Weight and Be FitThe very first step to losing weight and becoming fit is to harness the power of the law of attraction. And you harness the power of the law of attraction simply within your very own mind! Most peo... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer
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