This CNN video explains that Americans are losing their hearing at an alarming rate. Loss of hearing also contributes to Alzheimer and dementia presumably because it induces isolation and loneliness. This alarming hearing loss is due to: Loud noises at work or traffic Listening to loud rock, heavy metal or rap music , (which also … Continue reading Hearing Loss & Dementia
This article is about fitness and countering the effects of sitting, but they don't mention the beneficial effects to mental health. Walking and exercise stimulates the production of endorphins and dopamine. People always report that they feel so much better after taking a walk and getting out of the house/ office, getting sun, fresh air … Continue reading WALKING FOR MENTAL HEALTH
So, we know sugar causes the Sugar Blues and other mental illnesses: Cinnamon is your ally in combating the sugar that is so ubiquitous in our food. Sodas of course, unless they are the diet kind, loaded with the poison Aspartame - which is worse, are saturated with sugar. Change or adjust your diet, especially … Continue reading CINNAMON: INSANELY GOOD FOR YOU!
I LIKE MYSELF ! Far more important than how others see us, is how we see ourselves. How others see us is quite often different from how we see ourselves. The personal picture you carry in your mind of yourself is a profoundly important and potentially magnificent tool. It drives all the decisions in your life. … Continue reading Self-Esteem Most Important
Mental illness may be a myth and emotional disturbance can be merely the first symptom of the obvious inability of the human system to handle the stress of sugar dependency. A multitude of common physical and mental ailments are strongly linked to the consuming of ‘pure’, refined sugar. “The great confinement of the insane”, began in the late 17th century, after sugar consumption in Britain had zoomed in 200 years from a pinch or two in a barrel of beer, here and there, to more than two million pounds per year. By that time, physicians in London had begun to observe and record terminal physical signs and symptoms of the“sugar blues”.