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Why endorphins (and exercise) make you happy

If you've ever taken out a bad day at the office on the nearest treadmill, you know that working up a good sweat can easily turn your day around. And by now you've probably heard that endorphins are the magic bullet behind that post-workout bliss. People love the feeling so much that "endorphin junkie" has even become synonymous with someone who's [...]

Improve brain power through exercise

It is becoming increasingly obvious that the benefits of regular exercise go far beyond what was conventionally thought. Of course, it can help you lose weight, feel better, increase strength and reduce risk of injury. It also increases bone density, reduces anxiety, combats depression and prevents heart disease. These are only some of the [...]

Advice: Exercise is key to a healthier, happier you

Benjamin Pawson is a sports movement specialist and clinical assistant 3D Physical Therapy and Sports Training (3D PT) which provides functional physical therapy and sports performance training at its Adrian and Tecumseh, Michigan clinics. Take a moment to imagine a world where humans are healthy; where disorders that affect the brain, like [...]

Leaders Don’t Manage Time, They Manage Choices by Madelyn Blair Ph.d

A compulsory reading on time management. This article discussed how a powerful behaviour of managing choices is replacing outdated time management management practices. This article also discusses Marie Condo's book The life changing magic of Tidying Up. In its most basic form, reinforcing what’s important is about ensuring you are working on [...]

Exercise results in larger brain size and lowered dementia risk

Exercise results in larger brain size and lowered dementia risk

Regular physical activity for older adults could lead to higher brain volumes and a reduced risk for developing dementia. It particularly affected the size of the hippocampus, which controls short-term memory, and its protective effect against dementia was strongest in people age 75 and older. Read More

Are You Smiling? A simple mind trick to boos your mood

A great article on how to regulate your emotions. This article discusses how not to react emotionally to the behaviors of those around us. It also discussed how people learned to regulate their emotions. They don’t let other people’s sour moods get them down, nor do they let other people’s bad behavior make them angry. And you too can [...]

Happiness is a Choice (And a Pretty Smart One)

A great insight on happiness. This article highlighted why happiness is important to be successful. Three kessons are addressed in this article; 1- Lesson number one: Happiness fuels success, not the other way around. 2-Lesson number two: Happiness is not a destination. It’s a daily choice. 3-Lesson number three: Happiness is pleasure [...]

Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Circumstances! (Law Of Attraction) Powerful!

We (YouAreCreators) created this channel to share one of the greatest secrets of the universe, and the secret is, we literally create our reality! (Quantum Physics now proves this) We are all governed by a set of Universal Laws, and these laws were created by GOD, to aid us in creating the life we desire. One of these laws is known as the "Law Of [...]

Exercise & Brain Neurotransmitters

Exercise & Brain Neurotransmitters

A great article published in Live Strong magazine, discussed the manipulation of neurotransmitters. The greatest part of this article how physical exercise can play a critical and vital role in mental health. It also mentioned pharmaceuticals have unpleasant side effects. It has long been noted that exercise can improve mental acuity and [...]

In the 19th century it was clean drinking water, now its healthy behaviour

In the 19th century it was clean drinking water, now its healthy behaviour

The greatest health challenge for 21st-century UK society is persuading people to make healthy choices, says the chief medical officer. The first wave of public health action occurred in the wake of the industrial revolution. It was primarily aimed at improving environmental conditions: the provision of clean drinking water, improved sewage [...]

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