Category: Dynamic Brain

Let It Go: For the Good of Your Body, Mind, and Longevity

We’ve all been there. You argue with someone, and you can still feel your blood boiling the next day.  Instead of letting it go, you hold on to disagreement. Letting it fester, growing like poison in your veins. Left unchecked, the argument saps you of your strength until you’re weakened beyond recovery. Maybe a bit...

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How to Cope with Grief and Still Find Joy During the Holidays

For many of us, the holiday season is filled with joy and celebration. But for others, it can be a painful reminder of what has been lost or can no longer be celebrated. Whether you’re missing loved ones, struggling with financial hardships, or feeling out of sorts, there are ways to still get into the...

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Top 4 Reasons Why Being Kind is the Key to a Longer, Happier Life

November 13 is World Kindness Day. Kindness Day aims to promote good deeds and remind us of kindness’s benefits. This day also allows us to ponder one of humanity’s most enduring principles – kindness. Kindness is more than just a nice feeling after doing something generous or considerate. Kindness is a deliberate action from a...

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7 Normal Forms of Memory Loss & What You Can Do About It

As we grow older, our brains change, and we tend to become more forgetful. However, how can you tell if your memory lapses are a symptom of normal forgetfulness or a sign of something more severe? Memory loss and distortion can occur at any age, even in healthy people. The following are seven types of...

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How to Get and Keeping Your Mental Edge

When we were younger, spending the day playing sports and the night taking on a serious mental school challenge was doable. Your brain was flexible, quick, and agile.  My daughter plays volleyball at a highly academic division one college.  Last Sunday afternoon, I watched her go toe-to-toe on the court for five sets. Her team...

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3 Ways to Reduce Your Risk for Dementia + Recipe

Every morning I clip my trusty step counter to my waistband, intending to reach the magic number of 10,000. My attention to this detail has been primarily to reduce my waistline. Little did I know I’d also been reducing my risk for dementia.  What is Dementia Dementia is the irreversible loss of cognitive function –...

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Make Those “Senior Moments” A Thing Of The Past

If you’ve ever experienced senior moments – the non-medical term for memory lapses and mental glitches – 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: πŸ‘Β For the win or πŸ‘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 me… First and foremost, I am...

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