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Your Brain Is Hard at Work While You’re Asleep

If you think dreaming is the main activity going on in your brain while you sleep, think again. Your brain performs hundreds, perhaps thousands, of tasks every night, many of which are related to sifting through and organizing information and storing memories.

“We now know that the brain is actively processing

7. A Holistic Approach to Heart Health

It’s not just your eating pattern and your physical activity that affect how well your heart and blood vessels function. Other aspects of your lifestyle appear to intersect with your diet and activity level on the path to better cardiovascular health. Your sleep, for instance, can affect your quality of

Anxiety Treatments Can Provide Significant Relief From Symptoms

If you become very nervous, worried, fearful, or anxious when you think about or are in a certain scenario or situation, then you may have an anxiety disorder. These are mental health conditions in which anxiety and worry arise in response to a perceived danger. The perceived danger varies among

How to Recognize High Cortisol Symptoms

How to Recognize High Cortisol Symptoms

The crippling effects of high cortisol symptoms are extremely common but all too often ignored. What is cortisol? It’s a vital hormone produced and secreted by the adrenal glands. Cortisone is released in a rhythmic fashion, with levels peaking in the morning (to help wake you up) and steadily declining

Rapid Response to Heart Attack Symptoms Can Save Your Life

Many women are far more concerned about breast cancer than heart disease, but heart disease claims more than six times as many women’s lives each year as breast cancer.

“The average woman has a 47 percent chance of eventually dying of cardiovascular disease, which causes events including heart attacks and strokes,”

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Treatment: Hope Lies Ahead

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Treatment: Hope Lies Ahead

Studies published in 2015 shed new light on chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and, thus, chronic fatigue syndrome treatment. The condition, known medically as myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME), appears to be a biological disorder, not a psychological issue, as determined in multiple studies, including recent work by scientists at Columbia University and

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