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Everyone has bad moods, gets prolonged funks, and as many as one in four will have a more serious/prolonged mental health issue at some point during their life. So, everyone can benefit from some mental health maintenance and support. Here are some basic ways that research has found help boost your mood, turn a bad […]

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As we age, we worry about our memory. Is losing our keys something everyone does, or a sign that we’re losing our mind? Everyone’s mind works a little differently, so you have to start by realizing you’ve always existed on a scale: some people can remember every minute fact of everyday of their lives, but […]

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Do you have a lot of self discipline? Because while this is free and simple, for most Americans it won’t be so easy: Turn off your lights (and your screens) from dusk to dawn, say sleep researchers, and in 4-6 weeks, you’ll experience the deep, mind-awakening sleep of our ancestors. Wait, what? Electric lights, and […]

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Whether you practice piano, soccer, golf, or meditation, the key is repetition, and teaching your brain the “muscle memory”, focus, skill, and more that is required to be good at whatever you choose to do. Spring tends to motivate people—sure, there’s winter sports, and indoor sports—but it’s the smell of spring (coupled with half remembered […]

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Start Healthy Holiday Rituals

December 10, 2014

Over the years, we’ve upgraded our diets, our lifestyles, and as a culture we’re heading toward more healthy foods, fewer processed foods, and adding health to every aspect of day-to-day living. So why not add it to our holiday routines, too? Try adding afternoon tea! Flavanoids and other components give tea lots of health benefits. […]

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