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HOW DO I STOP THINKING OF THINGS OVER AND OVER - LIKE A GEAR STICK THAT REFUSES TO SHIFT? SEE IF THESE HELP YOU. MANY PEOPLE DO THIS - IT MAY HELP YOU TO KNOW THAT.

Tips to Help You Stop Ruminating

By Erica Cirino from Healthline.Com

What is rumination?

Has your head ever been filled with one single thought, or a string of thoughts, that just keep repeating… and repeating… and repeating themselves?

The process of continuously thinking about the same thoughts, which tend to be sad or dark, is called rumination.…

By Dr Al Sears Integrative Medicine Practitioner/Brain Researcher

Nature provides the perfect remedy for everything that might go wrong with the human body. And that includes your aging brain.

The science backs me up on this…

And now, a new study shows that a compound found in strawberries protects your brain from Alzheimer’s disease.

I’m talking about fisetin.

You might not have ever heard of this powerful antioxidant. It is a type of plant pigment that gives color to many fruits and vegetables. But it has been shown to maintain levels of glutathione — your body’s most potent antioxidant that protects brain and nerve cells.…

By Valencia Higuera – An Excellent Freelance Health Writer

PERSONALLY, THIS IS THE BEST ARTICLE I'VE READ ON EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE - EASY TO GRASP.

Most people are familiar with general intelligence, which is an ability to learn, apply knowledge, and solve problems. But this isn’t the only type of intelligence. Some people also possess emotional intelligence.

For many, emotional intelligence is a new concept. Read on to learn more about this trait, including its definition and ways to achieve it.

What is emotional intelligence?

Emotional intelligence is a term or concept popularized by researchers in the 1990s.…

Sleep Appears To Help The Laying Down Of Memory Through New Brain Cell Connections

By Dr John Briffa MD – Integrated Medicine Advocate

A regular reader of this website (Chris) alerted me today to this BBC website report of a study which focused on the impact of sleep on memory. The study itself was conducted in mice [1]. The animals were taught a new skill (walking along a rotating rod). Then their brains were examined overnight. During sleep, cells in the cortex of the brain (the outermost layer of the brain which governs, among other things, movement) sprouted new connections.…