How to manage anger

8 tips to manage anger

How to manage anger Anger management: 8 useful tips that are sure to help Uncontrolled anger affects every part of our life, health, relationships, career and emotional well being. We provide here 8 simple anger management tips — deep breathing to mentally repeating what  you are about to say — that will help you  manage […]

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How to help a child with separation anxiety at school

How to help a child with separation anxiety at school

How to help a child with separation anxiety at school Mum’s are all familiar with our children holding tightly to us on the first day at school or childcare and saying “Mum, don’t go!!” Pleadingly, they will cling to our legs and tears will fill their eyes, melting our hearts. For parents and the child, […]

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How to improve communication in a relationship

steps to improve communication in a relationship

Simple Steps to Improve Communication in Your Relationships Relationships depend on mutual trust and faith. The participants in relationships are individuals with their own personality and character, that has been molded over time in their family, school, career and neighbourhoods. Besides they have their own strengths and weaknesses. Some could be more effective communicators than […]

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The Finest Daytime Habits for Better Sleep in the evening

Eating & Drinking Affects Your Sleep Yup, that is correct. Eating and drinking affects your sleep as do your sleep hygiene. Lets start with how eating affects it. Supper is Supplemental This is probably the easiest way to remember not to eat too much for dinner (or supper). You want the energy food provides during […]

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Organization Tips for Kid and Grown ups With ADHD

Organisation Tips for Kid and Grownups With ADHD

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can be very devastating in severe cases, particularly when untreated. On the other hand, the signs of ADHD may be brought under control with the assistance of specific medications and treatment. In numerous instances, individuals with ADHD require some help remaining organized, be it at school, work or in their […]

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7 Health Benefits of Strolling 30 Minutes a Day, According to Physicians

Taking a 30-minute walk a day is sort of like that proverbial apple: There’s a great chance it’ll keep the doctor away. From assisting you reduce weight and de-stress to decreasing your blood pressure and decreasing your threat of lots of persistent diseases– opting for routine walks is one of the very best and most […]

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OCD and Sunlight

When my client, Khin (name made up) was suffering from severe OCD, he would usually be awake all night, and pace up and down his house. It was not unusual for him to fall asleep on the living-room floor, or any place else he could when he would collapse from fatigue. Even when his signs […]

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It Seems Cognitive Skills of Elderly People Peak in Late Summer and Early Fall

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Seasonal Fluctuation in the Cognitive Skill of Elderly People The cognitive skills of elderly people (geriatric population) appear to rise and fall with the seasons, according to a research study released recently in the journal PLOS Medication. Specifically, the study discovered that older people who took cognitive tests throughout winter and early spring had the […]

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Ways To Handle Summer Season Seasonal Affective Disorder

dealing with summertime seasonal affective disorder

Is Summertime Seasonal Affective Disorder for Real? In summer; I find myself sad and annoyed — and there’s not a big overreaching reason why (not any more than all the other seasons, at least). I haven’t always been a “bummer in the summer” kind of person; in fact, it used to be my favorite time […]

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