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Therapeutic Lifestyle Change (or TLC as we like to call it), is a lifestyle treatment for depression and staying happy that was developed by Dr. Stephen Ilardi, Associate Professor at The University of Kansas. TLC recognises that “We were never designed for the sedentary, indoor, sleep-deprived, socially-isolated, fast-food-laden, frenetic pace of modern life”, and provides a simple solution to combat today’s modern lifestyle based upon research and practical advice. So take a few minutes to watch this great video so you can make tomorrow a better day and don’t forget to spread some happiness and share this with other people you know.
Anxiety and insomnia go hand in hand. When you're feeling anxious, it can be difficult to get to sleep. But when you're short on sleep, you may feel more anxious. This can result in a never ending cycle of anxiety, fatigue, and insomnia.
Breaking the cycle of anxiety and insomnia is best treated by addressing both issues concurrently. Ideally, you can alleviate anxiety before bed so you'll have less trouble getting to sleep. If you get a good night's sleep, you can face the next day better prepared to deal with anxiety.
Tinnitus (often described as “ringing in the ears”) affects 1 in 10 Australians and can range from mildly annoying to highly distressing. Successful management varies depending on the underlying cause and can include everything from brain-based therapies to hearing aids, medication and stress-reducing strategies to name a few. Mark Tinnitus Awareness Week by learning how you can prevent tinnitus and sharing this important information with others. Watch is: https://youtu.be/LQmWfgfNIeM and for further information see: http://www.tinnitusaustralia.org.au/
This month celebrates “Feel Good February”, an initiative created to inspire people to initiate random acts of kindness. These days there we are all often exposed to a lot of negative news and events and The Neuroknowledge would like to support “Feel good Feb” by spreading some happiness throughout this month and sharing some of the resources we provide to our readers to help everyone feel better.
Children throughout W.A. are preparing to get back to school, and it’s a good idea to take a few simple steps to get organised. Share these ideas and apps with your friends to help get the school year off to a great start
All parents want the best for their children and know how important it is for them to be happy and to do well at school. For most children and their families, starting the new school year is an exciting time, and perhaps other than a few “first-day butterflies” everything usually gets off to a great start.
Overindulged over the festive season? Feeling in need of a cleanse? We hear you! That’s why we’ve put together a list of our favourite foods to help detox your brain (and your body)!
Would you like to:
Improve your work performance?
Enhance your memory?
Prevent diseases associated with ageing such as Alzheimer’s and Dementia?
Support your child to maintain attention at school or university?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then the good news is that there are lots of different tools and methods available to you. Here we explore 5 scientifically proven ways to boost your brain power by driving neuroplasticity in a positive direction, which have the added benefit of improving your general health too!
‘When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts. A mother always has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child.’ Sophia Loren, Women and Beauty.
The target audience for this blog are time limited, exhausted, stressed and need clear facts to help guide decisions that not only impact themselves but their children as well. For this reason we are going to keep it clear and concise, and give you a countdown of ten points to consider