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The Brain Benefits of Long-Term Love

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The Brain Benefits of Long-Term Love

When people talk about love and the brain, the focus is often on new relationships. These early stages of love are often what we associate with romance and romantic love, and it’s no wonder why. The rush of neurochemicals is strongest during these ...

Why Our Brain Prefers Online Shopping

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Why Our Brain Prefers Online Shopping

Whether we love it or hate it, we all have to shop from time to time. Prior to the availability of online shopping, how people felt towards shopping was dependent on a number of external factors that had little to do with the actual shopping ...

5 Ways Language is Good for The Brain

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5 Ways Language is Good for The Brain

Our brain, like any other muscle in our body, needs to be exercised. We can make it more agile, increase efficiency, and build cognitive stamina. And one of the best exercises for the brain is learning a new language. Here are five ways language is ...

How Goal-Setting Works In Our Brain

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How Goal-Setting Works In Our Brain

We all know setting goals helps us achieve tasks. In fact, goal-setting can be one of our most powerful tools in terms of changing our habits and shaping our lives. They motivate us to go after the things we want, help us overcome obstacles we find ...

The Neurology of Karma

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The Neurology of Karma

Most of us are familiar with the concept of karma. What we put out into the universe comes back to us. For example, if we do something good, we get something good in return. Except, according to Eastern Religions, this isn’t really how karma works. ...

Understanding Our Brain Anatomy

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Understanding Our Brain Anatomy

In our last article, we talked about how the brain was divided into three distinct sections. The largest section and the one that contains the elements most of us are familiar with is the forebrain. This is where our cerebrum is located, which is ...

Feel like a Fraud? How to Deal with Imposter Syndrome

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Feel like a Fraud? How to Deal with Imposter Syndrome

Ever felt you don't deserve to be where you are? That your achievements have been down to luck? And at any point in time, you are one action away from being exposed for the fraud you are?

Welcome to the world of imposter syndrome.

In today's ...

The 3 Major Divisions of the Brain

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The 3 Major Divisions of the Brain

Though our central nervous system is a complicated anatomical structure that controls our body and mind, it’s made up of two key areas: our brain and our spinal cord. Our brain is responsible for processing our thoughts, interpreting external and ...

8 Habits To Better Sleep

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8 Habits To Better Sleep

On average, we’ll spend approximately 26 years asleep. That’s over 9,000 days or almost 230,000 hours. It’s an essential part of our lives and is vital to our overall health, particularly our brain health.

Our body needs an average of seven to ...

5 Ways Traumatic Brain Injuries Affect Brain Functionality

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5 Ways Traumatic Brain Injuries Affect Brain Functionality

Traumatic brain injuries––or TBI––affect more than 2.5 million people annually in the US alone. These injuries impact individuals both physically and psychologically, and the effects can range from mild to severe.

TBIs often result from a jolt or ...