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How To Find The Flow State

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How To Find The Flow State

On a recent episode of our podcast, we interviewed New York Times bestselling author and director of the Flow Research Collective, Steven Kotler. In the interview, Jim asked him to walk us through the four stages of the flow state. The flow state is ...

Why Are Fear Memories So Strong?

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Why Are Fear Memories So Strong?

Think of a time when you were filled with fear and you will almost feel like you are reliving the event. What you were wearing, where you were and - most terrifyingly - exactly how you felt all come to the surface. The human memory has been crucial ...

Celebrate International Youth Day

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Celebrate International Youth Day

Since August 12, 1999, the United Nations has been inspiring the world to celebrate International Youth Day. By choosing a different theme each year, they hope to guide young people into understanding how much of an impact they can have on national ...

The Five Facts About Sleep (and How to Get More of it!)

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The Five Facts About Sleep (and How to Get More of it!)

In general, people do not get enough sleep. In fact, 40% of Americans aren’t getting the recommended amount of sleep every night. Fortunately, this is something we can get much better at. According to the American Psychology Association, adding ...

Three Ways to Get More Dopamine – The Happiness Hormone

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Three Ways to Get More Dopamine – The Happiness Hormone

There’s a lot of good advice about how to pursue a life filled with happiness, but when it comes to the brain, happiness boils down to the chemical connections driven by neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitters are chemical communicators in the brain ...

Why Our Brains Like ‘Likes’ On Social Media

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Why Our Brains Like ‘Likes’ On Social Media

Do you ever catch yourself reaching for your phone to check social media even though you really don’t want to? This could be because your brain thinks it’s a beneficial behaviour.

One thing I have definitely come out of lockdown is is a huge ...

International Day of Friendship

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International Day of Friendship

In 2011, The United Nations declared July 30 the International Day of Friendship. An idea with roots extending back as early as 1919, this action was intended as an on-going strategy towards promoting a culture of peace. By encouraging people around ...

Three Ways Imagination Benefits Brain Health

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Three Ways Imagination Benefits Brain Health

When we talk about imagination, we often think of the fantasies we had when we were young, dreaming of spaceships or castle. But imagination is more than dreaming of the fantastical and isn’t something we should grow out of.

Albert Einstein once ...

Five Daily Habits for a Smarter Brain

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Five Daily Habits for a Smarter Brain

Most of us already feel as if our days are jam-packed from morning to night. So adding one extra thing on our to-do list often feels like a daunting task. However, we can hack our daily habits by simply taking what we already have on our list and ...

5 Beginner Yoga Poses That Benefit Brain Health

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5 Beginner Yoga Poses That Benefit Brain Health

Practicing yoga has numerous health benefits. The deep breathing emphasis in the various poses increases oxygen which in turn increases blood flow. And the overall focus of being present and staying calm reduces stress and encourages relaxation.
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