16,01,2021
Sunflowers: The Healing Sun

Sunflowers got this name because they turn to the sun from the moment it rises to the moment it sets. Likewise, human beings need sunlight to recharge the body. Not only does the sun provide Vitamin D through the skin being exposed to sunlight, but it also boosts immunity and improves brain function.

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Kinesiology at THE BALANCE
11,12,2020
Sympathetic Vs. Parasympathetic Nervous System: The Body Maze

Although the sympathetic nervous system and the parasympathetic nervous system are both parts of the autonomic nervous system and have plenty of effects on the body, the two almost opposites.

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Hands
2,12,2020
Staging an Intervention: Do’s and Don’ts

Staging an intervention for a loved one, who is suffering from an addiction, is like helping up someone to stand. Seeing loved ones suffer is always tough, it is critical to remember that they are the ones who are and have been in this dark place, long before you’ve noticed.

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Celebrity
24,11,2020
Flashing Lights: Celebrities’ Addictions in the Dark

Cameras, lights and social media have a way of deceiving the public sometimes into thinking that celebrities, royal people and high net worth individuals do not suffer as we do. They struggle with their mental health, addiction and burnouts.

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Cala Anguila
20,11,2020
Taking a Walk: Why Mallorca is the Ideal Rehab Destination

Located in the heart of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca or Majorca is the largest island with an outstanding scenery of natural beauty. This welcoming island promises clean seas, refreshing forests and green spaces.

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Paracelsus
10,11,2020
The Wandering Beyond: Paracelsus

Paracelsus was the father of toxicology; use of minerals and chemicals in medicine, and was interested in both physical and mental health. He worked closely with patients and hated how doctors would put distance between them and people who asked for help.

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Carl Gustav Jung
9,11,2020
The Immortal Psyche: Carl Jung

Someone’s creations, ideas and discoveries outlast their physical presence, making their influence immortal. Almost half a decade later, Carl Jung’s interpretations of the human psyche and analytical psychology are still influential to this day.

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Fatigue
3,11,2020
Physical and Mental Weakness and the Adrenal Gland

Adrenal fatigue is a collection of signs and symptoms, known as a syndrome, that results when the adrenal glands function below the necessary level. People experiencing adrenal fatigue often ..

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Behavioural addiction
30,10,2020
Yearning Machines: Every Human is an Addict

Our bodies yearn to hold on to something; a safe line, a fixation of some sort. Human beings become dependent on a certain object and when that’s not moderated, it becomes an addiction. It branches out to behaviors, social media, fixation on success, shopping…

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Childhood trauma ptsd
26,10,2020
The Body Canvas: From Childhood Trauma to PTSD

A traumatic event may have happened during childhood, one can carry it up to adulthood through PTSD in many forms such as ​alcohol dependence, suicidal thoughts and depression, drug addiction and eating disorders.

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mental health
20,10,2020
The Biology of Addiction

Addiction is widely regarded as a disease by leading professional. Why Addiction is Not a Disease, neuroscientist Marc Lewis, PhD, shares his reasoning for why he believes that the notion of categorizing addiction as a disease should be revised and revisited.

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INSIGHTS

latest news & research
16,01,2021
Sunflowers: The Healing Sun

Sunflowers got this name because they turn to the sun from the moment it rises to the moment it sets. Likewise, human beings need sunlight to recharge the body. Not only does the sun provide Vitamin D through the skin being exposed to sunlight, but it also boosts immunity and improves brain function.

read more
Kinesiology at THE BALANCE
11,12,2020
Sympathetic Vs. Parasympathetic Nervous System: The Body Maze

Although the sympathetic nervous system and the parasympathetic nervous system are both parts of the autonomic nervous system and have plenty of effects on the body, the two almost opposites.

read more
Hands
2,12,2020
Staging an Intervention: Do’s and Don’ts

Staging an intervention for a loved one, who is suffering from an addiction, is like helping up someone to stand. Seeing loved ones suffer is always tough, it is critical to remember that they are the ones who are and have been in this dark place, long before you’ve noticed.

read more
Celebrity
24,11,2020
Flashing Lights: Celebrities’ Addictions in the Dark

Cameras, lights and social media have a way of deceiving the public sometimes into thinking that celebrities, royal people and high net worth individuals do not suffer as we do. They struggle with their mental health, addiction and burnouts.

read more

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