15th May 2017

Mental Health: The role of families in mental well-being

Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood. A family is a group, it can be related or not. You can consider a family like your friends or any group that makes you feel that you’re in a family. … Family‘ is […]
7th November 2017

Negative

2nd November 2017

Essential Oils and Depressive symptoms

In clinical trials, essential oils have been proven to elevate mood. You may be wondering how essential oils work. Because smells are carried directly to the brain, they serve as emotional triggers. The limbic system evaluates the sensory stimuli, registering pleasure, pain, danger or safety. This then creates and ultimately directs our emotional response, which can include feelings of fear, anger, depression and attraction. Our basic emotions and hormonal balance are in response to the most basic smells. This makes […]
16th August 2017

Your Mind like a computer

The mind is very deep and unsearchable. If you imagine your mind to be a  computer, how would you function? The mind is partitioned into three in my own domain and these three are : the conscious the sub-consious the unconscious Your conscious mind is what most people associate with who you are, because that is where most people live day to day. But it’s by no means where all the action takes place. The conscious mind communicates to the […]
25th April 2017

Ten Tips for Communicating with a Person with Dementia

Caring for a loved one with dementia poses many challenges for families and caregivers. People with dementia from conditions such as Alzheimer’s and related diseases have a progressive brain disorder that makes it more and more difficult for them to remember things, think clearly, communicate with others, or take care of themselves. In addition, dementia can cause mood swings and even change a person’s personality and behavior. We are not born knowing how to communicate with a person with dementia—but we can […]
25th April 2017

Madness? No one is Mad

Growing up I was taught that ‘madness can’t be wished for in a child but interesting to see’. Who taught me? The society did. Who makes the society? You and I. I took this saying like an emblem until I grew old to understand. I didn’t just grow to know this wasn’t palatable and true but by learning and training. I have come to learn that nobody is mad actually but can be ill mentally. You cannot be mad as […]
25th April 2017

Bodymind Relationship

Bodymind relationship won’t necessarily cure all our physical difficulties but by learning the language of symptoms and illness we can discover what is being repressed or ignored in our psyche and emotions, and how this is influencing our well-being. From this vantage point we discover that there is an extraordinarily intimate two-way communication going on between our body and mind that affects both our physical state and our mental and emotional health. Just as all parts of our being interact […]
21st April 2017

Causes Of Memory Loss : Dementia

What is memory loss and what are the causes? Everybody forgets things from time to time. In general, the things that you tend to forget most easily are the things that you feel do not matter as much. The things that you tend to remember most easily are the things that are important to you – for example, a special birthday. However, some people just seem to have a better memory than others, and some people are more forgetful than […]
21st April 2017

Halitosis…A great show stopper

Halitosis is really just a fancy word for Bad Breath. It is one of the most embarrassing and often unnoticed conditions experienced by a lot of individuals . It can be difficult to treat because in most instances a sufferer is totally unaware that they have bad breath with diagnosis often being made by an individual who comes into close contact with the sufferer. Frankly, it can be embarrassing. How Does What You Eat Affect Breath? Basically, all the food eaten begins […]
21st April 2017

Work Without Pains

It is common to hear people complain about their neck, back etc after work and  is common but not restricted to  office workers . The study of this is called ERGONOMICS. What is Ergonomics? Ergonomics is the study of the kind of work you do, the environment you work in, and the tools you use to do your job. The goal of office ergonomics is to set up your office work space so that it fits you and the job you are […]
7th November 2017

Negative

2nd November 2017

Essential Oils and Depressive symptoms

In clinical trials, essential oils have been proven to elevate mood. You may be wondering how essential oils work. Because smells are carried directly to the brain, they serve as emotional triggers. The limbic system evaluates the sensory stimuli, registering pleasure, pain, danger or safety. This then creates and ultimately directs our emotional response, which can include feelings of fear, anger, depression and attraction. Our basic emotions and hormonal balance are in response to the most basic smells. This makes […]
16th August 2017

Your Mind like a computer

The mind is very deep and unsearchable. If you imagine your mind to be a  computer, how would you function? The mind is partitioned into three in my own domain and these three are : the conscious the sub-consious the unconscious Your conscious mind is what most people associate with who you are, because that is where most people live day to day. But it’s by no means where all the action takes place. The conscious mind communicates to the […]
15th May 2017

Mental Health: The role of families in mental well-being

Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood. A family is a group, it can be related or not. You can consider a family like your friends or any group that makes you feel that you’re in a family. … Family‘ is […]
25th April 2017

Ten Tips for Communicating with a Person with Dementia

Caring for a loved one with dementia poses many challenges for families and caregivers. People with dementia from conditions such as Alzheimer’s and related diseases have a progressive brain disorder that makes it more and more difficult for them to remember things, think clearly, communicate with others, or take care of themselves. In addition, dementia can cause mood swings and even change a person’s personality and behavior. We are not born knowing how to communicate with a person with dementia—but we can […]
25th April 2017

Madness? No one is Mad

Growing up I was taught that ‘madness can’t be wished for in a child but interesting to see’. Who taught me? The society did. Who makes the society? You and I. I took this saying like an emblem until I grew old to understand. I didn’t just grow to know this wasn’t palatable and true but by learning and training. I have come to learn that nobody is mad actually but can be ill mentally. You cannot be mad as […]
25th April 2017

Bodymind Relationship

Bodymind relationship won’t necessarily cure all our physical difficulties but by learning the language of symptoms and illness we can discover what is being repressed or ignored in our psyche and emotions, and how this is influencing our well-being. From this vantage point we discover that there is an extraordinarily intimate two-way communication going on between our body and mind that affects both our physical state and our mental and emotional health. Just as all parts of our being interact […]
21st April 2017

Causes Of Memory Loss : Dementia

What is memory loss and what are the causes? Everybody forgets things from time to time. In general, the things that you tend to forget most easily are the things that you feel do not matter as much. The things that you tend to remember most easily are the things that are important to you – for example, a special birthday. However, some people just seem to have a better memory than others, and some people are more forgetful than […]
21st April 2017

Halitosis…A great show stopper

Halitosis is really just a fancy word for Bad Breath. It is one of the most embarrassing and often unnoticed conditions experienced by a lot of individuals . It can be difficult to treat because in most instances a sufferer is totally unaware that they have bad breath with diagnosis often being made by an individual who comes into close contact with the sufferer. Frankly, it can be embarrassing. How Does What You Eat Affect Breath? Basically, all the food eaten begins […]
21st April 2017

Work Without Pains

It is common to hear people complain about their neck, back etc after work and  is common but not restricted to  office workers . The study of this is called ERGONOMICS. What is Ergonomics? Ergonomics is the study of the kind of work you do, the environment you work in, and the tools you use to do your job. The goal of office ergonomics is to set up your office work space so that it fits you and the job you are […]