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How Are Social Anxiety And Depression Linked?

The question is, can depression cause social anxiety disorder? Or is the reverse true, and being socially anxious causes you to become depressed? It is natural to ask all this questions about why you feel depressed or why you may become socially anxious if you are depressed, given the close relationship between them. Feeling anxious…

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How To Win With Office Politics

No one really wants to deal with office politics. He said “this” and she said “that”. Everything about the dynamic feels like high school all over again. Weren’t we supposed to leave that behind when we moved into the workforce? Apparently, that drama follows us everywhere! It feels like there’s just no escape! It can…

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The Power of Flexible Thinking

There are two primary types of thought: Rigid and flexible. Rigid thinking means you’re stuck in a specific thought pattern, unable to see alternative choices. Rigid thinkers may struggle with problem solving and even personal relationships. These are the individuals who are “always right” and stuck in a routine. They are only able to see…

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How Exercise Improves Brain Function

There are many good reasons to be physically active. The most important ones include reducing the risks of developing heart disease, diabetes, and stroke. Most people engage in physical exercise to lose weight, lower their blood pressure, and prevent depression. Some even exercise in order to get stronger or to look better. Most times, people…

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Fighting Off Anxiety Once and for All

What is Anxiety Like? Almost 33.7% of the world’s population suffers from depression – that’s a lot! You’d think that with such a majority of individuals suffering from this, most of us would understand this disorder. However, that is far from the truth. Anxiety is still hugely misunderstood, with individuals suffering from this condition being…

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An Effortless Way to Improve Your Memory

An Effortless Way to Improve Your Memory We know the importance of muscle recovery and allowing time for our muscles to cool down after a work-out. But, what’s not as well-known is that this same principle applies to our brain, especially when we’re trying to memorize new material. So, although it may seem that the…

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The Effect of Obesity on the Human Brain

About 2 billion people around the globe are overweight and many of these are obese. That’s 20% of the population. Considering the implications of obesity on our health, this is bad news. We already know that excess body weight negatively affects diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and some strains of cancer. However, what we don’t know much…

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