4 min read · Jul 9th · Regular exercise fortifies the brain's microstructure, a new study finds.
New research suggests that regular physical activity keeps the brain's white matter microstructure healthy and strong.
The researchers speculate that keeping brain microstructures robust via exercise may help to offset cognitive decline.
"In particular, the current findings indicate that a more active lifestyle in older adults may confer cognitive benefits in part through a neurobiological pathway involving brain tissue microstructure that can be quantified and visualized using MRI."
4 min read · May 20th · How to overcome this surce of anxiety to achieve your goals
With success comes change. This fuels anxiety because we are creatures of habit who find comfort in our routines. We hesitate to enter uncharted waters even if this is our best course of action.
The fear of success can prevent you from reaching your goals. The first step to overcome this fear is to develop self-awareness and understand how it presents in your life. Detecting this fear may be subtle if it takes on the form of procrastination
When we are anxious, we zoom in on our fears. We fixate on the worst-case scenario even if it has a low probability of occurring. We treat our worries as inevitable and imminent even if they are only hypothetical scenarios that live in our minds
~13 min read · Jan 12th · Of course we go to work for money and the people you meet can be great. But a lot of the time – though we might not quite put a finger on it exactly – we’re also looking for something else from our…