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Brain ripples drop sugar levels in rats

Ripples of nerve cell activity that lock in memories may have an unexpected job outside of the brain: dropping blood sugar levels in the body. Soon after a burst of ripples in a rat’s hippocampus, a brain structure that plays a key role in memory,...

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What is LENS? How can it work for me?

LENS – or Low Energy Neurofeedback System– is an advanced form of brain technology or EEG biofeedback for adults and children – so-called, because it uses a tiny signal, hundreds of times smaller than your cell phone, that your brain is attracted...

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Source: WDDTY, July / August 2021. pp 28.29 In the brain, not the ears Although tinnitus may begin as an injury to ear cells, it’s accepted science now that the condition has implications beyond the ears to the brain. Josef Rauschecker and his...

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Some Surprisingly Good News About Anxiety

Everyone suffers from fear and anxiety at some point in time. People can be anxious without knowing why. Anxiety usually stems from founded or unfounded fears, or apprehension of what may or may not occur in the future. These triggering of alarms...

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Remote Counseling during Covid-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has, and continues to lead to social distancing, quarantine, and isolation. Mental Health needs has become huge issue. It is seen that health care providers are confronted with major challenges in delivery of care. The ‘new...

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