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Everyone wants to have a relaxing evening. It doesn’t just feel good but offers more than a few mental health benefits. Despite that, it can often be challenging to attain.  Various obstacles can get in the way, including daily life. You may have to work late, there may be social obligations, and you may have...
My 9 Tips for a Brain-Boosting DietIf you missed Part 1 (our previous blog), we explored what a TBI is, what role neuronutrition plays in recovery, and considered some frequently asked questions about TBI recovery and nutrition.  In this, Part 2, we’ll dive into the juicy stuff – the food! Plus we’ll consider a few...
The Seemingly Prolonged Road To Recovery Have you or someone close to your heart faced the challenge of a traumatic brain injury?  Perhaps concerns about Alzheimer’s, dementia, or depression might be casting a shadow on your thoughts. In a world where our cognitive abilities play a pivotal role in our personal and professional lives, it...
Natural Sugars vs. Sugar Additives By now, most people are aware that not all calories are created equal. A calorie from a baked potato will have a different effect on the body than one from a whole egg. But what about sugar? Are all sugars created equal? Is the sugar we get from an apple...
Mark Desa’s story sheds light on the challenges and resilience associated with living with a rare disease, regardless of geographical borders.  Hailing from Ontario, Canada, Mark shares his journey with Autosomal Recessive Cerebellar Ataxia type 1 (ARCA1.).  Offering insights into diagnosis, prognosis, and personal strategies for coping and thriving. Mark’s journey with ARCA1 began with...
In part 1 of this special two-part series, I exposed two surprising truths about anxiety and introduced you to additional considerations that can negatively affect mental health. If you missed it, be sure to check out the two little-known secrets I revealed last time here– that anxiety can be a good thing, and that it...
Did you know there is an intricate connection between food and anxiety? Yes, diet has a considerable effect on mental health and anxiety.  It may not come as a surprise that the food we consume can significantly impact our anxiety levels – it can either worsen or alleviate it. But what you may not realize...
Does living with multiple sclerosis sometimes make you feel sad, tired, and unmotivated? If so, what you’re feeling may be a normal psychological reaction to coping with a life-changing disease. Or it may be the result of actual physical changes because of MS. While medication can help restore balance to brain chemistry affected by MS,...
Make each day your masterpiece. John Wooden A healthy morning routine can help you get off to a successful, energizing, and rewarding start to your day. You can feel more organized, focused, and in charge of your time and activities as a result. Here is an ideal healthy morning routine to get your day off to...
Do you know why having an alkaline diet of mainly whole fruits and vegetables is important? The main reason is that acidic foods, including meat and refined carbohydrates. This will tax our buffer system and pass on toxins to the various organs. Which then can cause inflammation and chronic disease. All humans have a buffer...
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