If you’ve ever felt like your husband just doesn’t understand you, you’re not alone. For years, women have been saying that men are clueless when it comes to understanding them and their emotions – and now, they finally have the research to back it. A new study reveals that, not only are men less successful at figuring out what a woman is feeling, but they must access different areas of the brain when dealing with a woman’s emotions as opposed …Read more
We know that physical fitness is good for the heart, and a growing body of evidence is showing that it’s good for the brain as well. Several studies have already linked exercise to better mental functioning, but now research is showing that sports directly impact your attention span.
Researchers at the University of Granada tested the physical and mental health of a group of 28 young men. Fourteen of them reported a low level of physical activity, …Read more
There tends to be somewhat of a scary association when it comes to any kind of therapy that involves electricity or electric volts. When you think of the area of depression or anxiety associated with electricity, the mental image you get could really be a disturbing one to boot. The image appears in many Hollywood movies, of people strapped to giant machines while shocks are sent through their body, in some cases causing damage, and at the very least being …Read more
Did you know that 374 trillion sticks of chewing gum are made each year and the average person chews 300 sticks annually? Something else you may not know is that chewing gum has been found to yield a wide range of health benefits that go beyond just preventing cavities. So whether you chew it for its flavor, its breath freshening effects, or simply because you are bored, you can now take pride in the fact that you are also enhancing …Read more