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#Sadness in the #Brain

Scientists now believe they’ve found a way to identify sadness in the brain. It’s a matter of observing increase activity between the region of the brain involved in emotion and memory. The amygdala and the hippocampus are the two regions … Continue reading

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#Ketone Breath Explained

Ahhh ketone breath. That’s a tough one. But those who are addicted to the ketogenic lifestyle know why they’re doing it. Those who love and/or live with them have to figure-out how to deal with it. Here we go… When … Continue reading

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Your #Brain #Gut Connection

Our brain is responsible for processing our feelings. When we feel sick to our stomach – does that mean our brain knows what’s going on in our gut?  This study says they are basically connected through nerves. John’s Hopkins wrote about the … Continue reading

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#Bravery in the #Brain

Ever wonder where we get our bravery? Our disposition is likely a variable of our environment. However, a new study finds that the cells associated with bravery are located in the hippocampus. Bravery is not the absence of fear but … Continue reading

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Understanding How #Consciousness Works

Have you ever meet somebody and wonder what makes them tick? The vast study of consciousness has stymied researchers until now. Researchers have discovered a new type of neuron in the brain called the rosehip cell. She’s a bute with … Continue reading

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Try Your Brain at #LucidDreaming

Lucid dreaming is one of those things few of us have experienced but those of us who hear about it are amazed. Lucid dreaming is when someone is able to control their dreams. A new study shows that a type … Continue reading

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#Heat is the Enemy of #BrainPower

Ever notice how tired you get when it’s hot out? Well your brain feels and responds the same way to heat, according to a new study. The participants in this study weren’t just any subjects – they were Harvard students. … Continue reading

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Worship Your Brain with Nootropics

As our life becomes more computerized, we need to excel with our brains. Robots can take care of all the ‘heavy lifting’ but there needs to be a strong global command center, aka brain, regulating the body. A company is … Continue reading

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Good Reason for Low Alcohol Consumption

Not too long ago, a study explained to us that we need to sleep in order to help facilitate the waste out of our brain. When I read the study, it seemed like flushing the toilet of junk-collected in our cebrospinal fluid. … Continue reading

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Where Anxiety Lives in the Brain

Anxiety is common for one in five people. Thanks to a mouse study, researchers may be on the trail to identify where in the brain the neurons responsible for anxiety are housed. This new finding may help better treat the … Continue reading

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