How Much Do You Know About the Brain? 33 Facts That Will Blow Your Mind Paid Members Public
The brain contains over 86 billion neurons and 2.5 million gigabytes of storage while generating over 50,000 thoughts daily. In addition, the human brain has 100,000 miles of blood vessels, which is enough to circle the earth four times.
Work as Necessary as Rest Paid Members Public
Achieving balance involves challenging the beliefs you have lived by, especially the "have to" (be available, be present, multiply, etc.). When the "have to" becomes present in your life, you begin to live according to the agenda of others, not your own.
Psychosomatic: What Do the Brain and Body Tell Us About Health? Paid Members Public
Somatic symptoms can manifest at any age. You may find it in individuals who have a chaotic life, resistance to expressing and recognizing emotions, problems during childhood, sexual abuse, depression, personality disorders, drug use and other toxic-related substances, and condition of unemployment.
Barriers in Healthcare and How They’re Being Addressed Paid Members Public
A patient-centric approach means that planning, budgeting, monitoring, and evaluating decisions must empower patients and improve work quality and delivery for providers.
Focus On The Launch Control Centre Paid Members Public
When we reach for production output or overall impact at 10x or more of the competition, we do so with remarkable drive and ambition. We become experts in adaptation, utilizing a minimum of resources to create unprecedented growth and success.
Psychological Aging Clocks: a Measure of Emotional Health and Well-being? Paid Members Public
Having seen how perceived age has a great influence on promoting health and coping with physical diseases, closer attention should be paid to how stressful life events negatively affect health outcomes and biological aging.
How Health Economics Will Improve Clinical Trials to Maximize Health Paid Members Public
Due to the increasing urgency of accessing healthcare services, and a patient-centric approach, decisions need to be more open, fair, and empowering of patient opinions. Health economics guarantees a decision-making framework.
Mind Myths and The Science of Meditation Paid Members Public
From a place of stress, our sympathetic nervous system is activated, our body floods with cortisol, and our perception is narrowed to one of self-preservation, seeing the external world as negative, or even threatening.