0 Comments Royal wedding invite a light in the dark for popular principal still struggling to come to terms with loss of wife at just 48 BelfastTelegraph.co.uk The loss of popular Co Down teacher Claire Millar to cancer devastated everyone who knew her. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/royal-wedding-invite-a-light-in-the-dark-for-popular-principal-still-struggling-to-come-to-terms-with-loss-of-wife-at-just-48-36890997.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/article36890992.ece/3c482/AUTOCROP/h342/2018-05-10_new_40816452_I2.JPG Email The loss of popular Co Down teacher Claire Millar to cancer devastated everyone who knew her. It prompted an outpouring of grief because the 48-year-old's passing underlined how many lives she'd touched as friends, colleagues, pupils and their parents penned heartfelt tributes to the mother-of-two. Most affected by the untimely loss, however, were her husband Colin and two sons Conor (23) and Ryan … [Read more...] about Royal wedding invite a light in the dark for popular principal still struggling to come to terms with loss of wife at just 48
Post traumatic memory loss
Monday, April 09, 2018 by: Jessica Dolores Tags: brain health, dementia, emotion, faith and recovery, flashbulb memories, happy experiences, long-term memory, mind body connection, mind body science, neurocognitive health, new memories, post traumatic stress disorder, PTSD, restricting memories, sad experiences, trauma, traumatic experiences, traumatic loss, traumatic memories (Natural News) Why do we remember an event in vivid detail and forget the rest, no matter how many times they occur? Why do we remember where we were and what we were doing during the 9/11 terrorist attack, but keep on forgetting where we last put the car keys? Blame it on flash bulb memory. According to psychologists, flashbulb memory, or remembering everything in vivid detail, happens when you encounter something so shocking or surprising, it sticks in your mind like a details of a photograph. Scientists at the University of Sussex however, have found a way by which people can manage traumatic memories … [Read more...] about “Flash bulb” memory breakthrough may help those with traumatic or suppressed memories
Editor's Note: Since this story aired, we have received many inquiries about how to contact Dr. Daniel Perl and The Center for Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine. Here is that information: http://www.researchbraininjury.org or 1-855-366-8824. A new medical discovery has profound implications for wounded warriors. It's a previously unknown type of brain injury uncovered in veterans who are exposed to the invisible wave of energy that erupts from high explosives. The evidence was found in the brains of veterans who died. And tonight, we have a rare opportunity to introduce you to one of the vets who made the discovery possible. Retired Army Sergeant First Class Brian Mancini killed himself in 2017 after descending into psychosis. But we met Mancini years before, in 2011, after he made a nearly miraculous recovery from the impact of a roadside bomb in Iraq. There's no one better to begin this story, than the late Brian Mancini himself. Brian Mancini: I got hit in the face. … [Read more...] about How IEDs may be physically causing PTSD
Creating art is an inspiring way to stimulate your brain, improve your emotional well-being, and possibly get physically healthier as well. Art, when used as therapy, has been shown to be helpful in the healing process for patients suffering from mental, physical, and emotional problems – the creative process promotes healing in the following ways: Art stimulates creativity and imagination. Many identify as either left-brained or right-brained thinking, you are generally more artistic (right-brain) or analytical (left-brain). When an artistic person creates art, he or she enhances already existing creative skills. The analytical person stimulates the creativity and imagination that are often hidden under the analytical left-brain when creating art. Creating art reduces stress. Artistic endeavors like drawing, painting, and sculpting provide relaxation and similar hobbies can lower your stress levels and enhance well-being. Creating art provides a healthy distraction, allowing … [Read more...] about Health Benefits Of Creating Art
There are many different types of headaches, and their causes and symptoms can vary. Although most are short-lived and rarely a cause for concern, being able to recognize which kind of headache a person is experiencing can inform them how best to treat it and whether to see a doctor. Headaches are a common complaint. According to the World Health Organization, most people will experience a headache from time to time. While they can be sometimes painful and debilitating, the majority can be treated with simple painkillers and will go away within several hours. However, repeated attacks or certain types of headache could be a sign of something more serious. This article looks at some of the most common types of headaches, along with their causes, treatment, prevention, and when to see a doctor. The International Classification of Headache Disorders (ICHD) defines more than 150 different types of headaches. These are divided into two main categories: primary and secondary. A primary … [Read more...] about What different types of headaches are there?