Ryan Kadharnauth

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Special Forces Commandos Train Like This To Get Insane Strength & Stamina

Special Forces Selection is the toughest testing platform in the Military – a twelve-month process that 85 percent of candidates fail. It’s designed …

Special Forces

Extreme Esteem: Treat yourself with kindness and respect

“Lack of boundaries invites lack of respect.”<p>– Author unknown<p>“I didn’t teach my father,” he said, “but I think it started with him.”<p>I was speaking …

Self-help

11 Recurring Problems That Are A Sign You Give Off Negative Energy

If bad luck and annoying problems seem to follow wherever you go, it might be a sign you're giving off negative energy. Whether it's ongoing issues …

Self-help

Want to Do the Impossible? 7 Things to Learn From the Navy SEALs

It's no surprise Navy SEALs got the call in Thailand. Here's how they organized the rescue of the Wild Boars--and how they had the humility to ask for help.<p>The world is focused with gratitude on the incredible underwater rescue of 12 youth soccer players and their 25-year-old coach from a submerged …

Military

6 ways nice people can master conflict

When you’re a nice person, conflict can be a real challenge. Not that mean people are any better at conflict; they just enjoy it more.<p>Research from …

Columbia University

Special Forces Commandos Eat Like This To Build Muscle & Drop Fat

Your nutrition has a massive effect on your athletic performance and your aesthetics. Coming from a background of competitive gymnastics, soccer, …

Nutrition

9 Little Bedtime Habits That Are Actually Signs Of High-Functioning Anxiety

When I was in high school, I suddenly stopped being able to go to sleepovers. It wasn't 'til I was diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder as an …

University of Illinois

If Words Hurt, It's Because You Let Them

Welcome back to <b>Mid-Week Meditations</b>, Lifehacker’s weekly dip into the pool of stoic wisdom, and a guide to using its waters to reflect on and improve …

Self-help

I Cut Down On Sugar For A Month And Here's How My Mental Health Improved

It's not as tough as it sounds.<p>June 25, 2018<p>Recently, I wrote an article regarding how sugar affects our mental health, and I was taken aback by what …

Mental Health

Why Empathy Is Your Most Important Skill (and How to Practice It)

TL;DR: Empathy is the most important skill you can practice. It will lead to greater success personally and professionally and will allow you to …

Empathy

Is Pot Making You Insane?

New research lends some credence to the scatterbrained stoner stereotype<p>You might want to put down your bong before you forget how to fire it up: Heavy marijuana use can mess with your brain, finds a new study from Spain.<p>Researchers used word tests to assess the memory recall of regular …

Cannabis

Video games can either grow or shrink part of your brain, depending on how you play

If you’ve ever played a first-person shooter video game, at some point you’ve probably had to remember how to get from one place within the game to another. Perhaps you tend to think spatially, and plotted your path by judging where your destination was in relation to landmarks and objects. Or …

The Brain

5 Lessons Most People Learn Way Too Late in Life

It's best to learn these lessons while you're still young.<p><i>"What are the lessons people most often learn too late in life?" originally appeared on Quora--the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world.</i><p><b>Answer by Alyssa Satara, co-founder</b> …

Happiness

A Neuroscientist Says Video Games Positively Affect the Brain in Two Ways

They may not be fun for everyone, but they do help the brain in at least two ways.<p>Neuroscientist Ph.D. candidate Shannon Odell says playing video …

The Brain

Black Zodiac : The Evil Side Of Each Zodiac Sign

We are all familiar with the good zodiac signs and their significance in our lives. However, it is to be noted that the traditional zodiac to which …

Astrology

6 easy steps to make you more resilient

When I joined the FBI, the FBI’s transfer policy stipulated that I could be sent anywhere in the U.S. — the needs of the Bureau would always come …

Self-help

Stress is officially the worst: Severe cases are linked to higher rates of autoimmune diseases

Stress is a serious threat to our well-being. It can keep us from sleeping at night, negatively impact gut health, and even put a damper on the …

Autoimmune Diseases

The Right Way to Respond to Negative Feedback

Feedback, as they say, is a gift. Research bears this out, suggesting that it’s a key driver of performance and leadership effectiveness. Negative feedback in particular can be valuable because it allows us to monitor our performance and alerts us to important changes we need to make. And indeed, …

Leadership

Many Psychedelics Share This Common Trait — And It Will Literally Change The Way You Think

This helps explain why they are increasingly seen as a valuable treatment for psychiatric disorders such as depression, anxiety, and addiction.New …

Neuroscience

7 Stretches To Undo the Damage of Sitting All Day

You muscles will thank you.<p>Hey, are you sitting down? Considering the average person spends about 10 hours each day seated chances are pretty good …

Workouts

8 Ways to Increase Your Attention Span

Are you having trouble concentrating when you’re reading a book or listening to a lecture? You can take heart in the knowledge that you may be able …

Mindfulness

Do our guts have a say in our spatial memory?

Our guts, research is proving, are much more important to our overall state of health and well-being than previously thought. Do they also play a …

Medical Research

Early Stress Makes Brains Grow Up Too Fast, and That's Not a Good Thing

Kids and teens are especially vulnerable.<p>Since 1998, scientists in the Netherlands have been watching 129 people grow up. Over those 20 years, they …

New Study Discovers Neurons That Rewrite Traumatic Memories

An estimated one-third of people will suffer from stress or fear-related disorders at some point in their lifetime. Certain traumatic memories can stick with us and wreak havoc, causing chronic anxiety, depression, phobias and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). One of the most successful trauma …

Neuroscience

7 Ways To Get Rid Of Negative Thoughts, According To Experts

Many of us feel negative from time to time — and it's easy tolet negative energy bog you down. When it does, it can affect every area of your life. …

8 Signs Your Depression Is Getting Worse, Because It's Important To Know What To Look For

Dealing with depression is difficult. It's an incredibly insidious and consuming condition that makes it very hard to realise how deeply it's …

People Who Say These 5 Words Have Very Low Emotional Intelligence

They mean the exact opposite of what you think. But only emotionally intelligent people understand why.<p>The words hit me like a hurricane: "I know how you feel."<p>They're right there on pages 80 and 81 of my colleague Justin Bariso's new book about emotional intelligence. They're simple words, and …

Emotional Intelligence

The Effects of Marijuana on Your Body

Marijuana is made from the shredded and dried parts of the cannabis plant, including the flowers, seeds, leaves, and stems. It’s also known as pot, …

Seven (or more) things you didn't know about your brain

The brain — the central "control unit" of our bodies, repository of memories and emotions. Throughout history, philosophers have believed that the …

The Brain

The Most Effective Leaders All Have One Thing in Common: Authenticity

Leadership has nothing to do with titles.<p>If you think that a job title is what gives you power to influence and inspire others, you're holding yourself back. Restricting your growth. And falling short of achieving your full potential.<p>When I think about leaders--and I've encountered many, each with …

Leadership