Could ‘hope’ be likened to what scientists call the placebo effect?
Our brain is wired for belonging, and we crave it like food and water. Research shows we are strongly motivated to remain connected and in good standing with our social group. But what happens when we are forced apart and aren’t physically able to interact? The pain...
Daily habits for feeling more connected and less lonely during the holidays
Loneliness and depression is common when working remotely because our brain needs human interaction to be high performing.
Fear affects our brain in many ways: We are more reactive, less creative, more problem focused and prone to illness.
Pumpkin contains the anti oxidant beta-carotene, shown to help reduce cognitive decline like Alzheimer’s and boost memory.
Organizing and chunking new information helps your brain remember it.
Creative visualization and visual prompts helps us memorize learning.
Talking about your learning helps it take hold.