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Negative Thinking: Necessary for Survival; Limiting for Success

Falling into a rut of negative thinking has enormous flow on consequences to many parts of your life. It can impact your personal life and how you interact with your self and others, and can significa ...

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Two paths lead to forgetting

Ever wish you could just forget THAT ever happened? New research suggests that you can, and that your brain has two methods to try and erase that memory. Published in the journal Neuron, these finding ...

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Skip the cake? Self-regulation processes in the brain explained

Competition between two brain regions influences the ability to make healthy choices. Almost everyone knows the feeling: you see a delicious piece of chocolate cake on the table, but as you grab your  ...

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Predicting response to treatment for anxiety and depression

Prescribing the right medication or therapy for anxiety and depression often consists of a trial and error approach. It is very difficult to tell who is going to respond to a specific treatment becaus ...

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Memory improves for older adults using computerized brain fitness program

UCLA researchers found that older adults who regularly used a brain fitness program played on a computer demonstrated significantly improved memory and language skills. The team studied 59 participant ...

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Linking emotion, perception and memory

Memories are funny things. Sometimes we can remember every detail of an event that happened years ago, while at other times we forget what we did just last weekend. Scientists are continuing to examin ...

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In the Zone: Peak Performance

In this webinar, Dr. Evian Gordon explains “Finding and keeping your Zone of optimal performance.” Your ‘Zone’ describes the nonconscious, automatic, in-the-moment sense of well-being  ...

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What you gain by training your brain

Short-term mindfulness meditation can physically alter the connections in your brain. And according to the authors of a recent study, these results “…could provide a means for intervention to impr ...

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Depression Intervention

The World Health Organization (WHO) has named depression the number one cause of disability in the world, in terms of years lived with disability (YLDs). According to Ricardo Muñoz, PhD, in the dep ...

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A “fit” brain relies on a synergistic interaction between computer use and moderate exercise

Protecting brain function with a good dose of mental activity mixed with a dash of physical exercise may be just what we need to stay “brain fit.” A recent Mayo Clinic study reports an int ...

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Relaxation Room

Demo of Relaxation Room, one of the many brain health exercises on MyBrainSolutions.

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e-Think Memory

Demo for e-Think Memory, one of the many brain health exercises on MyBrainSolutions.

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MyCalmBeat Tutorial

Demo of MyCalmBeat, a heart rate variability monitor.  

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Healthy Body, Healthy Mind

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. While the importance of physical exercise is widely understood, numerous studies have shown that there is a strong link between a healthy brain and one’s overal ...

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Use it or lose it: Cognitive training can help healthy older adults

Cognitive training including puzzles, handicrafts and life skills are known to reduce the risk, and help slow down the progress, of dementia amongst the elderly. A study published in BioMed Central ...

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Rosemary scent boosts brain performance

When most people think of rosemary, it typically brings to mind something delicious to eat, but not necessarily its mind altering effects. That just goes to show that we still have a lot to learn abou ...

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Your Zone of Peak Performance

Do you perform at your peak? Do you know how to get into your zone of peak performance? In this latest webinar from Dr. Evian Gordon, learn how you can find and maintain your Zone of Peak Performance  ...

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Know your feelings and nudge them in a positive direction

Feelings are the subjective experience of your Emotions. What you Feel is the conscious awareness of your increase in heart rate, sweat rate and breathing. These can be readily trained to be most ef ...

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Boost your emotional effectiveness

Emotions are your non-conscious automatic reaction to “Cues” generated in 1/5th of a second. The most obvious examples of “Cues” are in people’s Faces (pupil dilation ...

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Resilience

How good are you at rolling with the punches? Do you take charge and move on, or dwell on issues that make you feel like a victim? Resilience often refers to the ability to deal with, or adapt to, the ...

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