Research on naps, yoga, meditation, hypnotherapy or even a nature walk and the habits of artists and athletes reveal how mental breaks increase productivity, replenish attention, solidify memories and encourage creativity.

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We tend to know pain as a physical sensation that causes bodily suffering and distress. To understand how this physical pain is sensed, imagine this:

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DIETING IS THE LAST THING YOU SHOULD DO, SAYS CLINICAL HYPNOTHERAPIST KAREN HOLT

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What is an emotional trigger?  An emotional trigger is an experience that triggers an emotional memory, in other words a trigger is a reminder of an event.

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS): What is it? It is the common name for a group of significant debilitating medical conditions and are often represented by one or more of the following:

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Prolonged, sustained, excessive stress and your similar response to it, not only causes deterioration of your brain, but it also compromises your immune system; your ability to fight off diseases.

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The follow-on to improved Self Esteem - “Improved Motivation: - Once the Self Esteem has been improved, you can work toward improved motivation:

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Origins of Low Self Esteem - Self Esteem is one of the fundamental influences on nearly everything we do. When we have low self esteem, almost every area of our life can be affected. – work, relationships, social activities to name a couple, however you can reprogram yourself to create a more positive attitude, meeting those personal needs and achieve the goals that you wish to achieve.

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Scientists are finally starting to understand the gut and brain connection, and this understanding can lead to huge breakthroughs in regard to various mental disorders, and how what’s going on in the gut could actually be a culprit for many of these illnesses.

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An established but little known psychological theory is likely to improve performances across a range of activities, including sport, according to new research published that can be applied to amateurs or skilled performers alike says psychologist Dr Warren Mansell, from The University of Manchester.

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