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Cut out Negative people

Cut out Negative people

Dr. Phil: Protect yourself from BAITERs


6+ hours AudioBook : Life Code Book by Phil McGraw


Identify Bad Guys with Dr. Phil’s 8 Warning Signs | Oprah’s Lifeclass | Oprah Winfrey Network

 

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11 Ways to Improve Concentration

11 Ways to Improve Concentration

It seems that boosting brain power and improving concentration are constant pursuits in our modern world, and some strategies are better than others. Some of the best ways to improve concentration include manage your attention, avoid constant sensory input, prioritize, set a schedule, regulating your diet, and eating brain-boosting foods, just to name a few.

amenorrheaImproving Concentration

Without getting too scientific, concentration is the power to choose what you pat attention to and what you ignore. Concentration is a fundamental aspect of our social, professional, and personal lives, and drives much of what we do. If we are unable to concentrate on the road, we would be unable and unsafe to drive...

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Discipline and Commitment

Zig Ziglar – Discipline and Commitment

 

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Changing Your Brain – Inside Quest

Norman Doidge on Neuroplasticity and Changing Your Brain – Inside Quest

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83,000 brain scan

The most important lesson from 83,000 brain scan


Laughter is the best medicine

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Switch On Your Brain

DR. CAROLINE LEAF SWITCH ON YOUR BRAIN

As you Think…so you Are. To Change who you are, Change your Thinking.

 

 

 

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Why Are People of Okinawa the Most Long-Lived on Earth?

Why-Do-People-of-Okinawa-Are-the-Most-Long-Lived-on-Earth-2The source of the youngsters is not located in Shangri-La, the mythical place on Himalaya where people never got old. The heaven of longevity is encountered in the Japanese island of Okinawa, which, besides detaining the record of longevity and centenaries of the world, is the only place on the planet where 80-90 years olds live like persons 30 years younger.

Ancient Chinese legends already called Okinawa “the land of the immortals”. Thousands of people saw it: 7 years ago Seikichi Uehara, 96, defeated an ex box champ in his 30’s. Or the case of Nabi Kinjo, 105, that killed with a flyswatter a poisonous snake. Here you see 100 years old persons that do not even think about retirement.

There are 457 persons on Okinawa aged 100 or over, an average of 35 for each 100,000 inhabitants...

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What is Okinawa’s Secrets of Long and Healthy Life?

How not to die before you get old

okinawan-centenarianThe people of Okinawa are the longest living in the world, a major study has found. What’s more, their elderly people are among the world’s most sprightly. So, asks Julia Stuart, what can we learn from them about the secrets of long life?

Near a beach in northern Okinawa, a group of 161 islands that stretch between Japan and Taiwan, is a large stone on which the following proverb is carved: “At 70 you are but a child, at 80 you are merely a youth, and at 90 if the ancestors invite you into heaven, ask them to wait until you are 100… and then you might consider it.”

The archipelago, known as the Galapagos of the East because of its tropical rainforest and abundance of unique fauna and flora, has long been rumoured to be home to the longest-living people in ...

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Eating Well After a Stroke – Part 3

Eating Well After a Stroke

Part 3

Eating well after a stroke is key to recovery. Choosing healthy foods can help control blood pressure, body weight, reduce a person’s risk of having another stroke, and may help with the demands of stroke therapy and other daily activities.

Eating Well After a Stroke(7) Choose foods high in fiber

As part of a heart-healthy diet, fiber can reduce cholesterol and your overall risk for cardiovascular disease. Dietary fiber is the part of plants the body cannot digest. As it passes through your body it affects the way your body digests foods and absorbs nutrients. How much fiber you eat affects not only your cholesterol level and risk for stroke, but may have other health benefits: helps control blood sugar, promotes regularity, prevents gastrointestinal disease and helps in weight man...

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Eating Well After a Stroke – Part 2

Eating Well After a Stroke

Part 2

Eating well after a stroke is key to recovery. Choosing healthy foods can help control blood pressure, body weight, reduce a person’s risk of having another stroke, and may help with the demands of stroke therapy and other daily activities.

Eating Well After a Stroke(5) Limit your intake of saturated and trans fat and cholesterol

Cholesterol is a fatty, waxy substance made by your body and found in foods of animal origin. Your body needs cholesterol to maintain the health of your body’s cells.

However, too much cholesterol in your blood can increase your risk of stroke and heart disease. High levels of blood cholesterol are the result of two factors: how much cholesterol your body makes, and how much fat and cholesterol are in the food you eat.

Diets high in saturated fats are link...

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