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Get out there and achieve something

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شرح شراء اسهم Having gone out and done something strenuous like a walk or climbing a mountain at the weekend you can return to work on Tuesday with a sense of satisfaction, something to tell people about and a sense of pride. This will then help carry you through the week ahead, when you're getting stressed with work you can look back and smile at the weekend you just had and look forward to what you will do next.

Rooney and the media

انتقل إلى بلدي بلوق Wayne Rooney’s outburst on TV has led to a big discussion in the media about high profile personalities and how they should present themselves.

ارباح الخيارات الثنائية My daughter now 2 ½ repeats everything she sees, like a parrot you say something and find it said back to you, often again and again. She does not have a concept of all that she is saying and she represents only one area of mimicry that people do.

انتقل إلى عنوان ورل As children get older they have heroes and people they want to emulate, and if they see their heroes behaving in a particular way they will think that it is OK as this person can do no wrong in their eyes. Also they may think that it looks good or they look good or like their hero if they do the same thing.  

اذهب هنا It is for these reasons that people who are in the media spot light should be careful about how they present themselves. Like it or not and whether they want it or not they are influencing many people mentally and emotionally.

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Food and Mood

شركة forex I am sure you have heard of the saying ‘you are what you eat’. The message behind this is well known and refers to your health as a result of the foods that you consume. 

However what is less well known is the effect of food on your mood.
 
Different types of food can affect the way you both think and feel. Indeed it does not have to be substances you ingest that affect you mental health, but also smells such as perfumes and fragrances in the environment that can affect how you.
 
Dr Doris Rapp http://dorisrappmd.com/ is a leader in the field of allergies and allergy research and has found many different types of substances can affect a person’s physical as well as mental health.
 
Many people are aware of E numbers and how they may affect a person’s behaviour however some people may be affected by strawberries, bananas or even shampoo. The resultant affects maybe a change in someone’s mood. They may become more tired, irritable or even sad.
 
If you think you may have an allergy or food intolerance as a result of changes in your behaviour, I would recommend speaking to your GP and asking about having an allergy test.
 
A way forward is to keep a food diary, writing down all the foods you eat and how you feel a short while afterwards. Carrying this out over a period of a month may help you try to identify changes in your mood following certain substances. Following this you may choose to cut certain foods or other products out and see if you notice any differences.

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Spooky goings on

عرض الموقع Ghosts are rising.

مقالة - سلعة According to research by Professor Richard Wiseman (Psychologist) more and more people are claiming sightings of Ghosts. Research in the 1950s showed just just 7%  of the population had some experience of a ghost, however more recently more than 11 million people have claimed to have sighted a ghost.

مصدر الرابط TV shows like 'Most Haunted' are being offered as explanations, as to why more people are sighting ghosts. Professor Wiseman was quoted as saying, (according to Metro newspaper) "all these shows are feeding off the perception that these things actually exist and not looking at the psychological perspective".

Ruby Wax 'Losing it'

رابط موقع Confronting the subject of mental illness can often be difficult for most people Ruby Wax takes this to a whole new level on stage.

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الخيارات الثنائية مراجعة خط أنابيب الربح http://www.rubywax.co.uk/ruby-wax-losing-it.html 

Is it time to quit smoking

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So if you want to receive not only the physical health benefits of stopping smoking but also the psychological benefits then why not quit today... 

 

 

Hobbies for the mind

 

How do you spend your weekends, sitting in front of the TV, mountain bike riding or painting? Whatever you choose to do next weekend you may want to think about the impact your chosen hobby can have on your mind.
Research has found that when the brain is challenged it develops and grows stronger. Therefore by engaging in hobbies that are more challenging you are exercising the brain, similar to exercising the body by running you become quicker and fitter.
Taxi drivers for example have been shown to have superior hippocampi; this is the part of the brain responsible for spatial mapping. So by carefully choosing your hobby you can be in charge of developing your brains capabilities. This obviously can lead to you being able to accomplish tasks that require more thinking at a greater pace.
Hobbies like Sudoku, crosswords, puzzles, reading and anything that requires you to think a little more can all help you to develop your brains abilities.
 

 

Clever Friends

 

It’s a Saturday night and you’re out with friends having a get together but what effect is it having on your mental state?
Well the news is good, studies have shown that close social networks help to produce dopamines and endorphins, these are the feel good chemicals and have been found to have a positive effect on performance and thinking tasks.
So enjoy those moments with your friends and just have a wry smile to yourself about the positive effects on your brain’s development.

 

Sleeping in is good for your health

There is nothing better than a lie in, a chance to catch up on some much needed sleep, though for many of us we begin to feel guilty. We think that we should be doing something else, we lead busy a life and have a lot to get done, and ‘do we really have the time for a lie-in?’

Well, finally we may be able to give the perfect excuse to our partners. Recent research from Duke University in America has shown that women are more susceptible to heart disease if they suffer from a lack of sleep than men.

Behavioural science experts measured the levels of blood chemicals in participants of the study. They found that women whose sleep was disturbed were more prone to chemical markers that indicated higher risks of heart disease.

They found the 33 percent of women who suffered from disturbed sleep had protein levels that were associated with a higher risk heart disease.

Additionally, poor sleep was also associated with higher levels of depression, anger and psychological distress.

In the study, 210 male and female participants were used to test the affects of sleep disturbance. The study shows that the men were less affected by poor sleep than women, and that it was the time it took a person to fall asleep that appeared to have the most dramatic affect on a persons health.

So when you can, have that extra half hour in bed, have a lie-in, and if anyone asks, just tell them it’s for the good of your health.

Eating when we are hungry

Scientists in America at the Northwestern University in Chicago have found that our brain lights up when we see sugary treats.

Studies carried out recently have reported that when hungry people were presented with a picture of a Krispy Kreme doughnut or a screwdriver, two distinct parts of the brain became active.

Volunteers were shown the pictures whilst functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) brain scans were carried out to identify the parts of the brain that became active.

The volunteers were first fed a substantial amount of food so they weren’t hungry, a picture of a doughnut and screwdriver were shown to them but neither image caused a reaction.

The volunteers were then asked to fast for eight hours, and the same experiment was carried out. This time however the reaction was different.

First the limbic system (responsible for fleeing, fighting, feeding and sexual behaviour), became significantly active and detected that food was available and that the body was hungry.

The second part of the brain to become more alert was the brain’s spatial attention network, this detected that the food was more important than the screwdriver. Its role is to detect what is important in our environment to help us to function.

This research helps us to further understand the parts of the brain and how they all interconnect and have different roles to play in maintaining our survival.

One of the researchers of the study Dr Aprajita Mohanty, said: "There's a very complex system in the brain that helps to direct our attention to items in the environment that are relevant to our needs, for example, food when we are hungry but not when we are full."

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