8 articles found for "09 - Brain and body boosters"
This remarkable device helps regulate mood, decrease stress, boost memory, promote healthy brain functioning and keep common mental health issues at bay.
Feeling tired? We hear you. Learn about the benefits of good quality shut-eye and the amazing things that happen while we're asleep....
Digital tech is having a profound impact on our habits, rewiring our brains, building addiction and disconnecting us from the natural world. While we become increasingly dependent on our smartphones, we are reaching out for direct human-to-human contact less and less.
Too tired to sentences form? We know the feeling. Discover what to do when brain fade and exhaustion get the best of you.
Trying to manage through a time of crisis? To be able to look after it all, you need to look after yourself. In this article you will discover 7 simple self-care strategies to help see you through the most difficult times.
3 mindfulness found for “09 - Brain and body boosters”
This practise aims to release stress and tension while facilitating a sense of relaxation, ease and safety. You will be guided to bring tension to and then relaxation to different parts of your body.
6 events found for “09 - Brain and body boosters”
Join our expert panel as we explore how technology is rewiring our brains.
Join our panel of experts for a lively discussion on the physical and psychological benefits of movement and exercise.
Support your mental wellbeing in the most natural way possible. Join our expert panel as we explore the growing science and remarkable benefits of bringing your brain back to nature.
These sessions include simple stretches to release tension; mindful movements to rejuvenate and refocus; tips on how to engage mindfulness while stretching; and the tools to develop your own mindful movement sequence.
10 books found for “09 - Brain and body boosters”
This book is about pleasure. It’s also about pain. Most important, it’s about how to find the delicate balance between the two, and why now more than ever finding balance is essential
Award-winning digital wellbeing and productivity expert Dr Kristy Goodwin provides brain-based strategies to help you thrive in the digital world without abstaining from social media or Netflix binges.
Neuroscientist and sleep expert Matthew Walker provides a revelatory exploration of sleep, examining how it affects every aspect of our physical and mental well-being.
Living in an age of digital distraction has wreaked havoc on our brains―but there’s much we can do to restore our tech–life balance.
Health & educational effects The papers contained in this e-Book provide unique and original perspectives on the concept, development, and early detection of the prevention of internet use-related addiction problems.
18 videos found for “09 - Brain and body boosters”
“We can microdose awe.” Award-winning author of The Nature Fix, Florence Williams, explains what science says about the human body’s deep responsiveness to natural environments.
Sir David Attenborough talks about the links between mental health and nature, and how you can make the most of the natural world.
While regular exercise has huge benefits for mental health, those who stand to benefit the most from physical activity – refugees, trauma survivors and those with complex mental health issues, are often the least likely to have access. Simon Rosenbaum explains why exercise should be prescribed for the mental wellbeing of our most vulnerable
Dr Cal Newport
‘Deep work’ will make you better at what you do. You will achieve more in less time. And feel the sense of true fulfillment that comes from the mastery of a skill.
Dr Andrew Huberman
Dr Andrew Huberman explains what happens if you overuse social media.
7 quotes found for “09 - Brain and body boosters”
It takes courage to say yes to rest and play in a culture where exhaustion is seen as a status symbol.
The best bridge between despair and hope is a good night’s sleep.
Our minds are shaped by the modern world but originate in nature, and we have suffered as a result of this disconnect.
Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes… even you.
Let’s start by taking a smallish nap or two.
Exercise has a more profound and sustained positive effect on mood, anxiety, cognition, energy, and sleep than any pill I can prescribe.
47 research found for “09 - Brain and body boosters”
This updated systematic review and meta-analysis explores how body and movement-oriented interventions can decrease PTSD symptoms, along with a range of other benefits.
This consensus statement from Sports Medicine Australia and the Australian Psychological Society provides guidance on the ways that physical activity can be promoted to maximise benefits to mental health.
This systematic review and meta-analysis reveals that exercise is efficacious as a treatment for depression.
The influence that the Internet may have on our brain structure and functioning remains a central topic of investigation. This article draws on recent psychological, psychiatric & neuroimaging findings to examine several hypotheses on how
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