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How To Learn Faster & Remember Names

Junk-learning can Damage Your Brain. Here’s How to Spot It!

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Junk-learning can Damage Your Brain. Here’s How to Spot It!

What is the first thing that you associate with the phrase ‘brain damage’?

Most of us will think in terms of an accidental or unforeseen head injury that impairs a person’s cognitive abilities. But you don’t need an accident to damage your brain. ...

‘Comfort Zone’ Can Put Your Brain to Sleep. Here’s How to Break Out of It!

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‘Comfort Zone’ Can Put Your Brain to Sleep. Here’s How to Break Out of It!

The appeal of the ‘comfort zone’ lies in the name itself. Our brain likes sticking to the known because it is comfortable, and much less work.

Put simply, staying in the comfort zone means putting your brain on autopilot by doing the same things ...

Love Your Pets? So Does Your Brain.

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Love Your Pets? So Does Your Brain.

Pets light up our lives. Their fuzzy, colorful antics and warm companionship eases our hearts and minds alike. Pet owners have been saying this to anyone who would listen, but now science too has ample evidence that the bond between a human and ...

Why Being Kind to Strangers is So Important for Your Brain

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Why Being Kind to Strangers is So Important for Your Brain

Kindness is great for your brain, and there are enough scientific, social, and cultural reasons behind that which perhaps you are already aware of. Indeed, one of the first values that parents everywhere try to build in their children is kindness.
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Your Brain and Love – Enemies or Best Friends?

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Your Brain and Love – Enemies or Best Friends?

Love is a problem.
We can’t avoid it, we can’t reject it, and neither can we understand it fully. Not even science has all the answers. And love causes problems. All existing languages in the world have variously described this particular state of ...

Five Things that Inventors Do Differently

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Five Things that Inventors Do Differently

From the prehistoric human who figured out striking two stones can create fire to Thomas Edison powering up the first light bulb, inventors have been carrying forward the human civilization through centuries and millennia. We often view them as ...

Reconnect with Your Old Friends. Your Brain will Thank You!

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Reconnect with Your Old Friends. Your Brain will Thank You!

Ever wondered how we tend to grow apart from once-close friends and relatives in the course of our lives? There are many reasons why a friendship sours, and some of them are toxic and rightly cut off. But in our day and age, a lot of friendships ...

Meditation is Amazing for Your Brain. Here’s Why!

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Meditation is Amazing for Your Brain. Here’s Why!

We live in a world where a thousand things scream for our attention every day. Financial pressures, demands of ever-changing technology, work-life balance – all of these eat into our headspace, and make our brains stressed, heavy, and tired. ...

Start Treating Your Problems Like Puzzles

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Start Treating Your Problems Like Puzzles

Puzzles are fun.
Everyday problems, not so much. But if you think a little deeper, all problems are puzzles of one sort or another. They all arise from multiple things getting mixed up, and almost all of them can be solved with a little careful ...

What is Negativity and How to Overcome It

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What is Negativity and How to Overcome It

Happiness is short, negative thoughts are forever. However much we yearn for happiness, i.e. positive emotions, we view the world through primarily negative lenses. We are more skilled in scanning for and finding threats than we are in catching joy. ...