The 3 Things NOT To Do During A Panic Attack

All people who have had panic attacks in their lives, have in some way either intentionally or unintentionally re–trained themselves to think in a positive constructive manner rather than negative spirals of anxious thought. Here are 3...

Train Your Brain and Transform Your Life

Ever wonder how successful people turn in excellent work in what seems like no time at all? How they can take control of any situation they’re in? These are the same people who are...

There Is Hope to Survive Depression

Ask anyone who has lived through depression and they will tell you: depression will eat away at the inside of you until there is nothing left. Sometimes that emptiness can be too much for...

Do You Fear The Arrival Of Another Panic Attack?

People who have experienced panic attacks often go around with a grave sense of unease that at any moment they will experience a major panic attack. It’s a fear of the ultimate panic attack...

Dealing With Disappointment

What is disappointment? Disappointment comes from unmet expectations or when things don’t go the way we wished. Here is a simple example of disappointment, a person who graduates hoping to find a job that pays...

A Natural Way to Fight Memory Loss from Alzheimer’s

Maybe you know someone who has Alzheimer’s. Maybe you know what it’s like to approach someone you’ve known for your entire life—someone like your parent, or your spouse—only to see a look of total...

Unreality, Depersonalization‚ Derealization

There is a symptom not often mentioned in panic attack literature that I would like to discuss. It is the sensation of unreality‚ this sensation is called depersonalization by psychologists. People who experience panic attacks...

Feel Confused? What You Can Do to Boost Your Brain Power

The loss of mental function or cognitive ability is a serious medical problem that can have a number of different causes. Sometimes this is just a part of aging—a slow deterioration that can eventually...

It’s Not Necessarily Alzheimer’s Anymore

Could people we believe are suffering from Alzheimer’s disease actually be misdiagnosed and therefore not benefiting from an appropriate response? Research led by Peter Nelson of the University of Kentucky’s Sanders-Brown Center on Aging (published...

5 Depression Myths That Only Make Things Worse

Depression is a serious mental health issue that affects millions of Americans. Whether the symptoms are episodic or lifelong, depression makes life unbearable for the people who have it. There are a lot of misconceptions...

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