Science of Relaxation

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If you are new to relaxation or simply desire to learn more, the resources below are essential to understanding the science behind relaxation, better sleep and various neuropsychological phenomena that govern our mindset.

Procrastination is like an anomaly in your psychological programming that is preventing you from performing your tasks efficiently thus preventing you from reaching your peak productivity. In this definite guide I will show you how to overcome your procrastination hurdles so that you can release your true untapped potential.

Is procrastination really a bad thing? Join me as we try to divulge the truth behind procrastination; its psychological, physiological causes and how science may have figured out the “procrastination equation.”

Wouldn’t it be nice if we were taught the secrets to a great conversation by our parents or in school. Well here I am to save you all the trouble. Here are the 10 conversation secrets everyone should know about.

We all know cat people pretty much own the internet. The internet is their domain, however, a new study might give them even more to rave about. Are dog people truly at a disadvantage? It is possible that things are not as simple as it may seem. Who’s smarter cat people or dog people?

There are many kinds of yoga. Yoga styles such as Power Yoga are focused on the physical benefits of yoga, however, Hatha Yoga, a relaxation-focused approach may in fact have amazing cognitive benefits that boost brain functions in older adults.

Growing up, most of us are taught not to use filler words. We are often scolded for using words such as like, um and you know, however, a study suggests these previously considered verbal ticks may in fact play a crucial role in communication and personality.

“Weird” is often a term used to denote things that fall outside of the norm, an ideological concept that falls within the acceptable spectrum of perfection, however, being weird can be a good thing. Here are 6 good reasons.

People sometimes go to extreme lengths in order to increase their academic performance. It is a good thing to strive for excellence in school, but it is best to understand the natural ways to optimize your mental capacity. A recent study found out that sleep may have a significant effect on exam scores.