David Cremebrulayhay Montoya

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5 Tricks For People Who've Tried Everything But Still Can't Meditate

You just can't meditate. You want to, you've tried to, but you just can't seem to switch the brain off or relax enough. You know how good meditation …

7 Surprisingly Simple Ways To Live In The Moment

Mindfulness is one of the few things that is simultaneously trendy (we declared 2014 "the year of mindful living") <i>and</i> a centuries-old technique, helping with everything from lowering stress to improving job performance.<p>At its core, mindfulness is a very simple practice of cultivating awareness of …

The myth of the eight-hour sleep

<b>We often worry about lying awake in the middle of the night - but it could be good for you. A growing body of evidence from both science and history suggests that the eight-hour sleep may be unnatural.</b><p>In the early 1990s, psychiatrist Thomas Wehr conducted an experiment in which a group of people …

10 Ways to Sleep Better

We asked an aromatherapist, a chiropractor, an insomnia specialist, and more experts to share their best, natural tips for getting a good night's rest.<p><b>1. Clear Your Thoughts</b><p>"I like to keep a little yellow pad and pen next to the bed so that before turning the lights out, I can empty my head onto a …

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3 Bad Sleep Habits You Need to Break

Writer and editor<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>As an entrepreneur focused on how to grow your business, taking the time to develop a sleep routine is probably the last thing on your mind. But some sleep advice simply can't be ignored without paying the price in …

Sleeping Too Little Or Too Much May Be Bad For Your Health

Under- <i>and</i> over-sleeping are both linked with chronic health conditions, such as diabetes, heart disease and obesity, according to a new study.<p>The research, published in the journal SLEEP, shows an association between sleeping six hours or fewer <i>or</i> 10 hours or more a night with an increased …

Speaking Two Languages May Slow Brain Aging

Just like exercise helps your body stay strong, exercising your mind also keeps your brain sharp. And what better way to do just that than by learning another language?<p>Indeed new research published in Annals of Neurology reveals that people who speak two or more languages -- even those who learned …

Aerobic exercise trumps weights, stretching for preserving memory, brain health: studies

While much is made of the many benefits of regular exercise, its impact on memory doesn’t make a lot of headlines.<p>[np_storybar title=”Running guards …

Study: Practice Doesn't Always Make Perfect Memories

New research suggests that repetition—while strengthening some aspects of memory—may interfere with our ability to remember nuanced, specific details.<p>It seems intuitive that if you want to remember something, repetition is the key. How many of us could have survived high school without late nights …

Drug delivery: Brain food

Altmetric: 19<p>Citations: 2<p>More detail<p>Outlook<p>Hannah Hoag<p>Medical research<br>• Stem cells<br>• Therapeutics<p>The key to stroke recovery is to coax the brain cells to …