Apr 23, 2014

How to Beat Stress and Boost Happiness Infographic

These once I found interesting..
  • 85% of the stuff we worry about never actually happens.
  • 68% of people say that visiting a mental health professional for help managing stress was extremely or very effective.
  • 78% of people who volunteered in the last year say that it lowers their stress level.
  • Studies show that giving away our time actually makes us feel like we have more of it.

How to Beat Stress and Boost Happiness
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Apr 20, 2014

Everything You Need To Know About Happiness Infographic

As +Dalai Lama said "Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions."

Below the science of happiness, proves above words to be correct. You have the ability to control how you feel—and with consistent practice, you can form life-long habits for a more satisfying and fulfilling life.
Everything You Need To Know About Happiness Infographic

Apr 10, 2014

The Toxins That Threaten Our Brains

Very Interesting article from +The Atlantic 

Some Highlights from the (long) Article 

I asked Grandjean, a Danish-born researcher who travels around the world studying delayed effects of chemical exposure on children.
“That’s what I advise people who ask me, yes. It’s the best way of preventing exposure to pesticides.” Grandjean estimates that there are about 45 organophosphate pesticides on the market, and “most have the potential to damage a developing nervous system.”

By age two, almost all of the billions of brain cells that you will ever have are in their places. Except in the hippocampus and one or two other tiny regions, the brain does not grow new brain cells throughout your life. When brain cells die, they are gone. So its initial months of formation, when the brain is most vulnerable, are critical. “During these sensitive life stages,” Grandjean and Landrigan write, exposure “can cause permanent brain injury at low levels that would have little or no adverse effect in an adult.”

“What [Landrigan and Grandjean] are doing with the data is missing the key component, which is the dose,” Plunkett explained. “Many of the chemicals they talk about are well established to be neurodevelopmental toxicants in children—but it’s all about how much they’re exposed to. Just like anything else. If you don’t give people enough, or if you don’t take enough in your water or food or the air you breathe, you’re not going to have an effect.”

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Apr 8, 2014

Compare Your Daily Ritual with History’s Most Creative Minds

What does your daily routine look like? Wake, work, exercise, eat and sleep? We all have our own ways of getting the most out of the day, compare your ritual with that of history’s most creative minds...

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Creative Routines of World's Most Famous People

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