It’s common knowledge that social media has changed the way we seek and share information. Unfortunately, a lot of people think it gives them carte blanche to express their views without restraint, thus spawning a breed of trolls, and a new culture of passing judgment on the internet in the meanest, rudest and nastiest ways […]
The busy mind gets bogged down with so many things that thinking becomes a chore. When you don’t spring clean your mind, you can almost visualize the clutter of thoughts that compete for space in your head. This often leads to frustration and burnout at home or at work resulting in doing too many things […]
Staying in a rut is like being insane. Albert Einstein must have experienced this reality to pen his now famous definition of insanity as “doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results”. But there certainly are easy lifestyle changes that can liberate us from our bondage to a futile way of life.
In today’s hectic pace of living, headaches have become a common occurrence. Often, they are not severe enough to warrant a visit to the doctor and most people opt instead to get rid of tension headache with over-the-counter medicines and other homeopathic means.
Kitchen odors mostly come from decaying organic matter that are left undisposed of. Foodstuff that has undergone fermentation, such as yogurt or kimchi, or certain foods being cooked, like fish or garlic, also give off foul kitchen odors that will be difficult to eradicate.
Intermittent Explosive Disorder (IED) may not be as widely known as obsessive compulsive disorder, PTSD, and bipolar disorder, but it is just as destructive – to other people and yourself, properties, relationships, careers and studies. Today, about 16 million Americans, or 7% of the adult population, experience IED at some point in their lives.