Tips for Relieving Anxiety

And a little anxiety can actually be useful. Feeling nervous can get the adrenalin pumping and make you more alert. But it’s when short-term anxiety becomes a more long-term condition that problems start. Chronic anxiety can be crippling and may lead to an inability to concentrate, constant nausea, palpitations and insomnia. It can also cause…

Sociopath Versus Psychopath

The condition of psychopathy has intrigued psychologists for years. A complicated and mysterious personality disorder, psychopathy invokes poor impulse control, the rejection of moral social norms, and often violent and aggressive behaviour. With close symptoms to that of a similar personality disorder known as sociopathy, the relation between these two conditions is a major topic…

Tips to Exercise Your Brain

Adults who adopt a proactive attitude toward staying mentally fit often do just that. Anyone who is interested in brain function is probably already on the right track. Brain exercises may strengthen short and long term memory. Cognition is indeed “malleable”. Here are few tips to exercise your brain : Be a Bookworm – If…

Empath Survival Kit

Being an Empath or labeling yourself as an Empathic will not give you some sort of special magical powers. I strongly believe that any power an individual possesses is always within them. While empaths who choose to learn more about their abilities have indeed benefited greatly from the practical, life changing steps outlined in this…

Trick to Overcome Fear

Think about it: what are you scared of? Something that you don’t like or something unknown to you, isn’t it? For instance, if you are scared of not being able to finish your work on time, it’s because you probably do not like being scolded by your boss, or if you are scared of playing…

How Blue Light Affects Our Health

Blue wavelengths which are beneficial during daylight hours because they boost attention, reaction times, and mood—seem to be the most disruptive at night. At night, light throws the body’s biological clock the circadian rhythm out of whack. Sleep suffers. Worse, research shows that it may contribute to the causation of cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and obesity….

Thinking Biases & How to Overcome Them

We all have largely unconscious mental processes that can influence our perception of reality. These cognitive biases enable us to quickly assess situations, but they can also lead us to make poor decisions. How we think can influence what we think and lead to errors of judgment and poor decisions. Here is a list of most…

Why People Break Down

You may know someone who is depressed and not know they’re depressed. People expect someone who is depressed to cry a lot, stay in bed all day, mope. But depression isn’t always this obvious. Some people can totally fake it. They can smile and laugh; they can act like everyone else, even while they are in excruciating…

Top Leadership Skills

Having a great idea and assembling a team to bring that concept to life is the first step in creating a successful business venture. When money is tight, stress levels are high, and the visions of instant success don’t happen like you thought, it’s easy to let those emotions get to you, and thereby your…

Boost Your Productivity At Work

Productivity is not a result just of instructions or exhortations. To be able to motivate employees to yield high productivity takes not just posters, incentives or threats. Productivity is the result of a turned-on mind-set. For sustained productivity, organizations ought to try and create the atmosphere for such a mind-set for their employees. Making this…