Posts tagged tDCS
Top 5 Tips For Boosting Brain Power

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!

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Perinatal Depression and tDCS

‘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

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Schools reach 'crisis point' with sharp increase in students dealing with anxiety, depression

Schools are struggling to cope with a sharp rise in anxiety, depression and self-harm among students as young as 10 years old, with one principal saying Australia has reached a "crisis point".

In April a joint report by Mission Australia and the Black Dog Institute found nearly one in four Australian teenagers met the criteria for having a "probable serious mental illness" — a 20 per cent increase from five years ago.

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