Category Archives: Cognitive Psychology

Articles on the acquisition, processing, and storing of information, and the exploration of internal mental states

How Dietary Supplements Can Positively Impact Your Mental Health

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Good mental health is linked with regular physical exercise and a balanced diet. However, many people find it difficult to eat a healthy diet due to limited a busy schedule or limited access to fresh foods. Interestingly, some dietary supplements may help health conscious individuals to get the nutrition and mental health boost they desire. A few of these supplements are mentioned below. Continue reading

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How Can Dental Implants Improve Your Confidence And Self-Image?

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When you think about dental implants, what comes to mind? If you’re like most people, you probably think about the functional benefits they offer—things like improved biting force and stability. And while those are certainly important considerations, there are also a number of ways in which dental implants can improve your confidence and self-image. Here are a few of them. Continue reading

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7 Surefire Ways to Improve Your Physical and Mental Wellness 

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For many people, being super busy has become a lifestyle. That’s what normal looks like in this day and age when a full schedule is considered a symbol of success and fulfillment. You should always have something to do and you should always be laser focused on achieving your career goals. While individuals with this mindset may believe that working non-stop now will pay off handsomely in the future, reality may be far different from what they think. Continue reading

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What To Do If Your Parent is Showing Signs of Dementia

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There are many health risks associated with aging. Some of the most common health issues that affect older people include hearing loss, cataracts, back pain, diabetes and dementia. However, there are steps you can take to minimize the development and negative impact of these conditions. In this article we will cover practical measures you can take if your parent is showing signs of dementia. Continue reading

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Why People With Dementia Need Live-In Care

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The most commonly used treatment for people with dementia is in-home care. It’s a form of supportive care that helps people with dementia live independently with the help of a personal assistant or nurse. But many people with dementia also need a 24-hour caregiver or nurse on-site to monitor their health, provide assistance as needed, and help them engage in everyday activities. Because so many people with dementia are often unable to care for themselves, they rely on their family members to provide live-in services. In this post, you will discover why it is essential for people with dementia to remain in their own homes and receive the care they require. Continue reading

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5 Psychological Principles to Remember When Shopping for Appliances

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Shopping for appliances isn’t always easy. Some people get nervous when they have to make a major purchase. Other individuals may feel overwhelmed when they think about the many options that are available to them. If you have to shop for new appliances for your kitchen, here are a few psychological principles that will help you get a bigger bang for your buck. Continue reading

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