Mind and body is a form of therapy used in treating lower back pains. It is argued that some pain lies in the mind and there are successful instances where mind and body therapy has worked in relieving pain in patients.
The basis of this therapy is teaching self regulation strategies which include hypnosis, biofeedback, and relaxation . . . → Read More: Is pain more about the mind than the body?
Intelligence and nutrition have been studied a great deal independently, but it turns out that there may be many connections to both when studied together as well. Many children that have behavioral problems or learning disabilities often are fed certain diets in the hope to find an ingredient that can be isolated to help prevent some . . . → Read More: Further links found between nutrition and intelligence
Researchers believe that they are one step closer to figuring out what is actually behind the ‘feel good’ emotions that come from doing things such as meditation and yoga. According to a new study, practised relaxation actually can change the genes that a person is accessing at the moment in just an instant.
While a simple yoga . . . → Read More: Researchers are getting closer to understanding feel good factor
Leeds City Council and NHS have partnered together to launch a new campaign that is aimed at helping make sure that elderly people in the region are eating healthy. The major concern is the myth that unintentional weight loss occurs as one grows older and is just a sign of aging. What it actually most likely . . . → Read More: NHS and Leeds Council scheme aims to make sure the elderly eat properly
Image Credit: Jane Fradgley
A touring photographic exhibition which intends to open new conversation and debate around mental health is exhibited at Plymouth Arts Centre (PAC) from 20 April to 16 June 2013, neatly covering Mental Health Awareness Week in mid-May.
held by Jane Fradgley is a series of thought provoking photographs, funded by Guy’s and St . . . → Read More: held Exhibition by Jane Fradgley arrives at Plymouth Arts Centre
New research from a group of University researchers from the Maryland Medical Centre, Baltimore, suggests that laughter along with humour can help prevent a heart attack from occurring.
The study is the first to medically prove that laughter can help treat heart disease, and discovered that people who suffered from heart problems were 40% less inclined to . . . → Read More: Can laughter really cure all ills?
A new study has found that Protestants are more likely to work harder and refrain from taking days off of work because they feel guilty after a quiz of 150,000 people spread out in 82 different countries was completed. It was also found that the well being of Protestants is the most comprised when they become . . . → Read More: Protestants more likely to work hard and take less time off
It should be pretty obvious that families are important, but apparently establishment parties continually overlook this issue. UKIP is currently working on legislation that still does not offer any type of protection or support for families.
Michael Curtis of the Children and Families the policy working group stated that the new legislation will not improve the system . . . → Read More: UKIP family legislation could do more harm than good
Sleeping well through the night helps you wake up in the morning feeling revitalised, so here are some tips to help you get better sleep at night.
Everybody has a mobile phone these days and they take them wherever they go and people spend a lot of time using them even before they go to sleep. The . . . → Read More: Tips for a great night’s sleep
A recent study has revealed that lifelong exercise does help to improve brain functions much later in life. It shows that people over the of 50 were more likely to perform better in a mental test if they had engaged in an intense physical activity such as swimming, running, or weight lifting, on a regular basis . . . → Read More: Exercise when young benefits the brain when over 50