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Fun Fact friday

Fun Fact friday

Simply looking at a photo of someone you love can help relieve pain. Scientists usually omit left-handed people from tests because their brain works differently.   Pretending you don’t have feelings of anger, sadness, or loneliness can literally destroy you mentally. Chocolate milk was invented in Jamaica.   Happy Friday! source: @Fact

Fun Fact Friday

Fun Fact Friday

Girls who have more ‘guy friends’ than ‘girl friends’ go through less depression and anxiety. Napping actually improves stamina, boosts your creativity, boosts your sex life and reduces stress. Blowing out candles on birthday cakes results in roughly 3000 bacteria capable of forming colonies on the cake. Blood donors in Sweden are sent a text message every time their blood is used to save a life. The most used drug worldwide is caffeine. If two people are having a dispute,…

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Fun Fact Friday

Fun Fact Friday

The downside of being shy is that people misjudge you as thinking you’re better than others just because you’re quiet. 91% people skip the first slice of bread, just because it’s ugly. Popcorn is by far the healthiest snack. It builds bone, muscle, tissue, aids digestion, and is good for the teeth. Generally, you should never forget what a person says to you when angry because that’s when the truth finally comes out. According to a study, wishing someone luck…

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8 Keys to Handling Adult Bullies

8 Keys to Handling Adult Bullies

How to handle adult bullies “Some people try to be tall by cutting off the heads of others.” – Paramahansa Yogananda Most of us encounter adult bullies at certain points in our lives. An adult bully can be an intimidating boss or colleague, a controlling romantic partner, an unruly neighbor, a high pressure sales/business representative, a condescending family member, a shaming social acquaintance, or other types of abusive relationships. There are five major types of bullying: Physical Bullying – The…

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Fun Fact Friday

Fun Fact Friday

Neurologists claim that every time you resist acting on your anger, you’re actually rewiring your brain to be calmer and more loving. Sleeping on the job is acceptable in Japan, as it’s viewed as exhaustion from working hard. Thinking burns calories. Cuddling triggers the same neurological reaction as taking painkillers. Cotton Candy was invented by a dentist. The brain treats rejection like physical pain, according to scientists.   Dancing has been proven to build confidence and release stress. 1.6 billion…

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10 Tricks Successful People Use To Stay Calm In Stressful Situations

10 Tricks Successful People Use To Stay Calm In Stressful Situations

From wall street traders to firefighters to surgeons, the ability to stay calm in a difficult situation can mean the difference between success and failure and sometimes even life and death. While research has shown that the brain functions best when it is in a moderate state of arousal (not too stressed, but not too calm), most people describe their work life as being highly stressful. So how do the most successful people keep their cool under pressure? These 10…

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Fun Fact Friday

Fun Fact Friday

Cats are afraid of water because their ancestors lived in an area  with very few large bodies of water  and never had to learn how to swim   If it takes less than five minutes to do, do it immediately … your life will instantly become much more  organized and productive   Music can repair brain damage and returns lost memories   Over thinking can cause hair loss   4.8 billion people own mobile phones  whereas only 4.2 billion own…

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How to Argue the Right Way

How to Argue the Right Way

Everyone knows just how taxing a fight with a loved one can be on us emotionally. But new science is showing just how bad arguing is for our physical health. A 20-year study from the University of California, Berkeley, has started to pinpoint some of the negative long-term health effects of arguing. Researchers found that while “outbursts of anger predict cardiovascular problems… shutting down emotionally or ‘stonewalling’ during conflict raises the risk of musculoskeletal ailments such as a bad back…

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Is Your Diet Making You Aggressive?

Is Your Diet Making You Aggressive?

Do you find yourself angry and irritable more often than you’d like? Does your mood swing out of control at certain times of day? While larger issues could be at play, the cause of your increase in agitation and aggression could be your diet. Let’s take a look at the foods that are most likely responsible for an increase in aggression: Unhealthy fats Studies have shown that consumption of trans fats interrupts fat metabolism in the brain, leading to aggressive…

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Managing Your Emotions Can Save Your Heart

Managing Your Emotions Can Save Your Heart

We often think of the heart and brain as being completely separate from each other. After all, your heart and brain are located in different regions of your body, and cardiology and neurology are separate disciplines. Yet these organs are intimately connected, and when your emotions adversely affect your brain, your heart is affected as well. The negative impact of emotions when your heart is already vulnerable There are two kinds of stress that impact your brain. Helpful stress (also…

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