Mindfulness and Temper Swings: Seven Strategies to Successful Mood-watching

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There is a mood storm brewing. Discover these seven tricks to allow you to by all types of inclement temper climate.


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Brain Cell Clocks of Depressives: Out of Sync with The Rest of The Body’s Cell Clocks?

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Our body’s cells have a daily clock caused by the pattern of activation and de-activation of the genes they contain. That pattern is coordinated throughout the body in normal people. For depressives, the activation-deactivation patterns in genes in the brain appears out of sync withe the rest of the body’s cell clocks.


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The Healing Properties of St. John’s Wort

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St. John’s Wort has been used for anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, skin conditions and wounds, ear pain, cancer, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and smoking cessation.


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Tips for Balancing Yin and Yang Elements So You are Always Healthy

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A tip for those who want to balance the elements of yin and yang in the food.


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Treatment of Sun (Heliotherapy)

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Ultraviolet radiation from the sun has a positive effect on general health, stimulates the production of melanin, stimulates metabolism (especially mineral metabolism) and in general good for the work of. Thanks to the sunshine vitamin D in our body converts to calcium, stimulates the production of endorphins, the hormone that makes you feel happy and satisfied. This means that the Sun is a good preventive measure and cure for depression.


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Attending a Tony Robbins Seminar

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Commentary.


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Suicide and Kitty Litter

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A recent study has linked suicide attempts by young women with a parasite that lives in your “Kitty Box” The study carried out in Denmark involved 45,788 women between 1992 and 1995.
The researchers were interested in the Toxoplasma gondii parasite prevalent in the droppings of cats. This exposer causes human beings to have a latent toxoplasma infection which has been linked to a multitude of health problems within the world population.


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The Truth Behind Happiness

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Many researchers and psychologists are looking for ways to better understand how to make us happier and more satisfied. Studies at Stanford University in active collaboration with the Dali Lama, are trying to understand phenomena like meditation, while others are looking to see how our brains are impacted through prayer, music, exercise and creativity. The numerous results from studies that we have already give us an overwhelming amount of data and tools that we can apply and experiment with for ourselves.

From everything we know so far, it turns out that happiness is largely biologically driven, however everything is pointing to the fact that it is also a skill. A skill that demands a great deal of practice and dedication, but a skill that can be learned, improved upon and implemented to whatever situations we might find ourselves in.


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10 All Natural Ways in Which to Prevent Feeling Depressed

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Do any of those gloomy thoughts sound familiar? It’s probably they are doing. The occasional case of the blues is perfectly traditional, however that doesn’t build managing it any easier. If you permit them to, negative thoughts will fester and cause serious depression. That’s why it’s vital to require action early to bust you out of a slump.


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Some of The Biggest Sinkholes on Earth

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A look at huge sinkholes.


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