consume steamed vegetables, proteins (6 ounces) such as chicken, fish, lean meat, turkey or shrimp A handful of nuts or dried fruits such as almonds, walnuts or pecans. 3. Phase 3: Carb Cycling … [Read more...] about Warrior Diet: How Does It Work? Pros, Cons And How To Follow
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What Is Pregnancy Brain Or Momnesia? Is Pregnancy Brain Real? What Does It Feel Like? What Causes Pregnancy Brain (Momnesia)? How To Deal With Pregnancy Brain (Momnesia)? What Is Pregnancy Brain Or Momnesia? Pregnancy brain is known by many names: baby brain, mommy brain, momnesia or pregnesia and is associated with a kind of memory lapse and concentration issues . Pregnancy brain may begin as early as the first trimester of pregnancy. Although clinical tests have shown that there are no such structural changes in the brain when one is pregnant, research hints that functional changes in the brain do occur during pregnancy. … [Read more...] about Pregnancy Brain Is Not A Myth! Read On To Know About Momnesia And Ways To Manage It
Emotions are also mistakenly seen as absolutes; as solid entities that are either good or bad, sweet or sour, painful or pleasant. But the emotions we actually feel are fusions of many different feelings. We rarely feel pure anger or happiness. Happiness might have a sad undertow, while anger might be tinged with sorrow. Grief is even more powerful, subtle, and complex. This is why it is so overwhelming. It is an amalgam of all our most powerful feelings in a distressing roiling cauldron of emotion. It is anger at the injustice, bitterness about the loss, fear for the future, regrets about the times you were less than perfect. There is loneliness, too, but also happiness at their memory, and thankfulness for their presence in your life. … [Read more...] about Should You Try To “Get Over” Grief?
You may be familiar with the syndrome known as the Female Athlete Triad which consists of a combination of disordered eating, irregular or absent menstrual cycles, and low mineral bone density. Female athletes often experience pressures to maintain low body weight and receive limited guidance from the athletic community about healthy eating (Nazem & Ackerman, 2012). The term Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S) initially appeared in the 2014 International Olympic Committee consensus statement. It describes the condition when dietary energy or caloric intake is not sufficient for the amount of energy expended for healthy functioning. It also acknowledges the inclusion of males, as well as female athletes who may be at risk. Thus, RED-S constitutes a broader model of the low-energy status that can develop in physically active women or men (Statuta, Asif, & Drezner, 2017). RED-S is also a preferable acronym to the one that might be associated with the Female Athlete … [Read more...] about Relative Energy Deficiency in Athletic Performance: Are You At Risk?
While other studies have demonstrated that neurofeedback can be an effective tool to direct and enhance the meditation process, this is the first study to show that this process could have a positive influence on cognitive performance. Given that both meditation and neurofeedback have been found to be effective in the treatment of a variety of cognitive and mental health concerns (Brandmeyer, & Delorme, 2013), it makes sense that combining these approaches could be a powerful intervention (Tarrant, 2017b). At the Neuromeditation Institute, we have been using a variation of the protocol described in this current study as adjunctive treatment for ADHD, certain forms of depression, and cognitive challenges related to frontal lobe dysfunction. … [Read more...] about NeuroMeditation May Improve Cognitive Functions