Smartphones & Mental Health

The orienting response is a biological advantage that our ancestors depended on for survival. Any type of auditory and visual change in their environment would immediately trigger a series of physiological reactions that helped them perceive danger in order to survive. In modern society, technology companies hijack our orienting response, which has been preserved over millions of years, by using push notifications that arrive to us in the form of visual and auditory cues. Whether it be email or social media services, this evolutionary trap typically prompts us to interrupt whatever we are doing to address the notification. Once the notification is opened, a set of neural reward pathways are

6 Essential Oils for Libido & Romance

Bring Romance and the Spark Into Your Relationship, Naturally Before we dive into the best essential oils for sex, the first thing to understand is that you are not alone. For men, low libido often culminates in erectile dysfunction, which ranges in prevalence from 5% in younger men to 25% in men over 65. (1) In women, low libido is common in all stages of life thanks to fluctuating hormones. Having a low libido periodically or chronically is nothing to be ashamed of. Bringing your concerns into the open can start the path toward health, intimacy, and resolution. Causes of Low Libido Causes of low libido vary from person to person and range from lifestyle influences to serious disorders. Som

Creating the Magic (Romance & Relationships)

Creating magical moments in your relationship is something everyone thinks about, but few people do. Perhaps it's because they actually can't think of exactly what to do. Here are ten "acts of love" that you can do with and for your partner to bring a little more romance into your relationship. 1. Make your morning time special by bringing your partner a cup of coffee while he or she is still in bed. If you're willing and able you can also serve them breakfast in bed. It will make your partner feel cherished and the kindness will be returned. 2. Make the time at the end of the work-day when you first see one another extra special by giving each other a 10 second hug and kiss. You will both f

Beat Winter Skin Blues

Winter skin is coming (or for many, already here), which means itchiness and dry patches. Why is that? Because winter air with its low temps and lower humidity is literally sucking your moisture barrier dry. How can you make it stop? Try these hacks. Winter itch isn’t the seasonal reversal of spring fever where you’re itching for more winter. It’s an actual itch with a reputation for flaring up during cold spells. When temps drop, humidity (a.k.a. water vapor content) tanks with it. Winter air literally sucks your skin’s natural moisture barrier dry leading to itchiness, flakey patches, ashy appearance and, in more severe cases sensitivity and inflammation. When your rosy glow goes south for

11 Ways to Stop Procrastinating

You have a deadline looming. However, instead of doing your work, you are fiddling with miscellaneous things like checking email, social media, watching videos, surfing blogs and forums. You know you should be working, but you just don’t feel like doing anything. We are all familiar with the procrastination phenomenon. When we procrastinate, we squander away our free time and put off important tasks we should be doing them till it’s too late. And when it is indeed too late, we panic and wish we got started earlier. The chronic procrastinators I know have spent years of their life looped in this cycle. Delaying, putting off things, slacking, hiding from work, facing work only when it’s unavo

Multi-tasking is Killing Your Brain

We’d like to think that we can multitask — respond to emails, text messages, toggle between multiple tabs on a browser and scroll through social media feeds, whilst working on important tasks — but, our brains would say otherwise. According to neuroscientists, our brains aren’t built to do more than one thing at a time. And when we try to multitask, we damage our brains in ways that negatively affect our well-being, mental performance and productivity. Here are nine ways multitasking is killing your brain and productivity. 1. Multitasking can lead to permanent brain damage A study from the University of Sussex (UK) compared the brain structure of participants with the amount of time they spe

Top Tips Eye Creams, Apply Correctly

Thankfully, at an early age I was drawn to skin care and only dabbled some in make up. Although I've taken a circutus route, my passion is in skin care, health and beauty. So, I have learned early on to be preventative and not just reactive when it comes to proper skin care. Of course that's not to say I've been perfect, by any stretch of the imagination. Thankfully with cutting-edge technology, and many clinical studies, skin care comes full circle, back to nature. For both men and women. This post is about eye cream; how to apply it, when and some myths debunked. A simple, effective remedy for wrinkles, puffiness, dark circles and more, when the right product is applied, correctly. Whether

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