Category: Dynamic Brain

Make Those “Senior Moments” A Thing Of The Past

If you’ve ever experienced senior moments โ€“ the non-medical term for memory lapses and mental glitches โ€“ you’re not alone. As we age, they become more and more common for most people. Forgetting names, passcodes, where you put things, or why you walked into a room are all typical “senior moments.” And they happen for...

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What You Eat Could Be Harming Your Brain

You know that what you eat directly influences how your body and brain feel and function in the short term. Your body and brain are like a car’s engine. High-quality fuel keeps the engine purring and allows it to rev up when needed. Low-quality food makes you feel sluggish and slow. Just imagine the difference...

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2022 Wellness Trends: ๐Ÿ‘ย For the win or ๐Ÿ‘Ž Pass it by

There is certainly no shortage in wellness trends. And in the last few years, via social media, we’ve seen a surge in wellness trend advice that hasn’t exactly been on the up and up. Kitty litter facials, anyone? Social media has given a gigantic megaphone to everyone, from web influencers to random people on Facebook...

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Easy Tips to Building Better Habits & Achieving Your Goals

Why is forming good habits seemingly impossible while we fall into bad habits as easily as falling off a log? Well, it has to do with the way the brain prioritizes rewards over reason.   You see, we rarely experience the consequences of our bad habits while doing them. The rewards of indulging are often immediate....

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How Tea Boosts Your Brain with More Alertness, Mental Performance, and Calmer Feelings

Either in a hot mug or over ice, people love tea. It’s the most popular beverage globally, with 3 billion cups consumed every day.  Tea is prepared by seeping the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant in hot water. The true types are green, white, black, and oolong. The difference between them depends on how...

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Dear Margo: ‘How & When Should I Take My Supplements?’

Hello Stonehenge Health Fans! Today, I’m happy to introduce you to our newest Stonehenge Health blog series called Dear Margo. In this series of blogs, I will answer the most commonly asked questions we hear from you, our community members. If you’re wondering,” Who’s Margo?” – here’s a bit about meโ€ฆ First and foremost, I am...

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How To Find Headache Relief Naturally

Headaches are a realโ€ฆ headache. If headaches are something you experience, you should know that you arenโ€™t alone. Headaches are surprisingly common. It’s estimated that 95% of the world’s population will experience a headache in their lifetime. Furthermore, research recently published in The Journal of Headache and Pain concluded that 52% of the world’s population...

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How I Achieved Superior Brain Performance and Unlocked A New Hidden Version Of Myself

It took a while for me to figure out that something wasn’t right with my brain. In my high school and college years, I’d read questions on an exam without comprehending what I had read. It wasn’t because I didn’t understand the concepts. When I looked at the words, they just wouldn’t penetrate my brain...

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America’s New Favorite Past Time – Pickleball, Of Course

Celebrities are raving about it; parks and recs are scrambling to build new courts, and updated lines have been drawn on tennis and basketball courts everywhere. It’s making headlines and amassing millions of new players every year. This isn’t an ordinary sport; it’s a movement. So, what is this game with the funny name, and...

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4 Reasons Why Your Memory Lapses in Middle Age & What To Do About It

Do you suspect your memory isn’t as sharp as it used to be? If your age is north of 45, you could be right. A study of 7,000 civil servants in France and the UK revealed that the brain begins to lose memory, powers of reasoning, and understanding not from 60 as previously thought but...

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9 Ways To Develop New Friendships in Your Later Years

Retirement comes with a certain irony; now that you have time to check off your bucket list goals, you may not have a large friend group to share your experiences. For some, it becomes more challenging to make and keep friends with age. That’s particularly true after retirement because the workplace is where we most...

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Top 8 Health and Wellness Trends for 2022

Are you curious about what’s set to take off in 2022? We consulted health care and fitness experts, digital analysts, market research groups, and wellness gurus for this year’s guide. They collectively agree the trends we’ve experienced the last two years will continue. Last year, pursuing emotional and mental wellbeing jumped up on pretty much...

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