A great article Published in WebMD How to Use Exercise to Manage Depression I have included lot of articles on link between Mind and Exercise, I am a firm believer that our brain is capable of handling stresses and save us from common mental health issues like depression and anxiety Read More
Recently researching on mind body connection I came across term Pilates. What is pilates anyway? In Globeandmail.com article Pilates is a series of exercises originally created by Joseph Pilates (1883-1967) to develop strength, mobility, core control, alignment and postural awareness. Exercises are done on machines, including the Reformer, and a Read More
The fuel for your workouts can also improve your brainpower. You think of food to fuel (and reward!) your workouts, but it also can improve your brainpower. A study from Rush University in Chicago found that adults who followed a heart-healthy diet reduced their risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease by Read More
Mamata Venkat wants to empower people to unplug from their gadgets and inspire them to start working on themselves as much as they do their jobs. She will discuss the interaction between our internal and external development using her practice of meditation to exemplify how success in either does not Read More
An enlightening talk on brain chemistry and ways how to use brain chemistry in our favor. To balance the neuro-chemistry we must balance our life. Sedentary life style is toxic not only to body and Brain as well.
I totally agree with this article that excising brain is as important as body, However I would like to add that physical exercise do have critical role in brain health. So what is exercising the brain – According the to writer of this article “The brain, in my opinion, is Read More
An interesting video adressing real lessons.LESSON 1: Boost Your Happy Chemicals LESSON 2: Forget Self-Help LESSON 3: Value Your Time LESSON 4: The 80/20 Principle LESSON 5: Learn How to Win Friends and Influence People LESSON 6: Create, Don’t Consume LESSON 7: Mind Over Matter
A review on Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain by John Ratey enjoy..