Month: August 2017

Injured runner

Muscle Spasms

Muscle spams are a common problem and are experienced by many people. These spasms can affect many different body parts, and as a result they produce a wide variety of symptoms. The most common type of spasm involves the musculoskeletal system, and these are typically caused by lack of adequate hydration and overuse of the […]

Chase the Dream

Hey You, In The Matters of You,   In these times of instant gratification and entitlement there is a very simple “hole” in a lot of our hearts and maybe yours.   Many of us are scared to chase our dreams,  to put all of our energy and passion in something that has no guarantees […]

Building Emotional Resilience in the Face of Adversity

In the wake of her husband’s unexpected death, Sheryl Sandberg co-wrote a compelling book about overcoming grief. Option B — Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy tells the story of the first two years of her journey.

Cup of coffee

This Much Will Kill You

We all stay away from poison and know the dangers associated with many different things. Too much of one thing is bad. For example, 70 cups of coffee can actually kill a 70 kilogram person. It can trigger heart palpitations as well as cardiac arrest. Most people are probably not aware of this. If you […]

Digital Eye Strain

As more Americans spend more time staring at digital devices, digital eye strain is becoming more prevalent because of their increased amounts of staring. Nearly one third of American adults spend nine or more hours staring at either a computer, tablet, cell phone, or other electronic device. As such, their eyes are becoming increasingly damaged […]

Sleepless woman

3 Signs You’re Too Stressed to Sleep—and How to Unwind

Sleep can be an elusive thing for a lot of people. There are many factors that contribute to this problem, but one of the biggest is the fact that you just may be too stressed. Here are the ways you can tell if you are in fact too stressed and some ways to also help […]

Think PCOS Only Occurs in Adult Women? Think Again…

Commonly, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, or PCOS, is viewed as a reproductive condition in adult women. This general idea of the condition is one that is supported by the fact that infertility in adult women is one of the most common and noticeable symptoms that the Syndrome produces. Because it affects between five and ten percent […]

Your Mode, Your Career and Your Life

Hey You, In the Matters of You, Know Your Core Talents!   In working with businesses I use a test called the Kolbe Index A.  .  .  It is a test for natural modes of thinking.  .  . It shows how people naturally process information and under stress how we fall back to our own […]

Essential Oils For Male Fertility Health

Fertility, for some, can be such a struggle. It can defeat a family. There are so many different ways to improve fertility in men and women, and most are expensive. What if I told you a simple solution could boost your fertility, and not just for women? Yes, even in men, you can use these […]

Woman suffering from Alzheimer's

Emotionally Supportive Virtual Assistant Could Help People With Alzheimer’s Disease

There has been a breakthrough in technology with the new Emotionally Supportive Virtual assistant called ACT@Home for people who have Alzheimers disease. ACT@home is an intelligent assistant founded by the computer scientists at the University of Waterloo. The design form of this virtual assistant is to help people with the disease to do daily tasks […]