Hair loss can be caused by many factors ranging from temporary stress to your genetic makeup. Your overall health and wellness actually has a close relationship with your hair growth, meaning if you are experiencing a noticeable increase in shedding, your hair is likely telling you something about your health and your body in general. It is often recommended that you make small, nourishing changes before considering more permanent or more drastic ways to cope with hair loss. For example, you can explore the best hair growth products in the market to see what works for you. Continue reading
Category Archives: Biopsychology
What Does Spooning Reveal About Your Relationship?
Ever wondered what the position you sleep in could reveal about the health of your relationship? Continue reading
VIDEO – Debunking 10 Popular Myths about Psychology
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VIDEO – Grape Seed Extract May Benefit Alzheimer’s Patients
While there is no miracle cure for Alzheimer’s dementia, researchers have discovered that our daily diet has an immense impact on improving the cognitive function of Alzheimer’s patients as well as determining whether or not we develop the disease later on in life. Medical experts believe that a diet low in fats and rich in antioxidant foods such as blueberries and grapes (particularly grape seeds and grape seed extract) can significantly minimize the likelihood of age-associated cognitive decline even if there is a history of dementia in the family. Surely this is fantastic news for persons who have seen their loved ones severely limited by this terrible disease!
How to Be a Quitter: The Latest Solutions to Breaking Nicotine Addiction
America has come a long way in terms of how its citizens view smoking cigarettes. Indeed, there was a time in the 1950s when medical doctors would appear on television endorsing a particular brand of “smokes.” But new laws in the 1990s restricted the use of cigarettes in many locations and thus the culture began to change. States had so much success curbing smoking that the World Health Organization now lists the U.S. below many other nations, such as England and Australia, in prevalence of overall tobacco consumption. Continue reading