Movement and (Mental) Longevity – Cognitive and Emotional

I’ve talked a lot of the benefits or stillness (both physical and mental) in the past. However, being sedentary for too long has detrimental effects.
On the flip side, movement can also be used to benefit the mind, like improving mood, memory, and attention.

Beating Stress, Anxiety and Depression by Inhibiting Substance P

Social isolation that goes too long is associated with this molecule of Tachykinin in everything from flies to humans. It makes us more irritable, fearful, paranoid, and impairs our immune system. Tachykinin is like this internal punishment signal. It’s like our body and our brain telling us, “You’re not spending enough time with people that you really trust.Continue reading “Beating Stress, Anxiety and Depression by Inhibiting Substance P”

The Two Minute Rule: An Easy Principle with Powerful Benefits

One mechanism I’ve found helpful for decluttering the mind is the “two-minute rule” concept, suggested by David Allen in his book, Getting Things Done. While this technique is often touted for its productivity benefits, it offers several other significant advantages as well.

Sterile Society Conundrum: The 30 Day Candidiasis Detox Experiment

I thought it was finally time. After years of dragging my feet, I feel like I finally had the motivation and rationale to detoxify myself. My recent research has suggested that many of the physical and mental unpleasant conditions I had been experiencing for a while but had been more severe as of late –Continue reading “Sterile Society Conundrum: The 30 Day Candidiasis Detox Experiment”