hailey

38 Flips | 4 Magazines | 1 Like | 2 Followers | @hailey225o | Keep up with hailey on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “hailey”

How to Put an End to Passive-Aggressive Behavior

The underlying emotion is usually fear.<p><i>Why is it a bad thing that I'm passive aggressive? 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 Vijayraj Kamat, Author of "STOP LYING, START MOVING" |</b> …

Self-help

‘Phenomenal’ trial results may lead to a treatment for Huntington’s disease, experts say

The discovery of a drug that may treat the fatal disease known as Huntington's is being hailed as “historic” by Louise Vetter, president and CEO of the Huntington's Disease Society of America, and “phenomenal” and “fantastically promising” by Huntington's researchers, including the woman who …

Medicine

You Should Never Ignore These 4 Subtle Symptoms of Depression

Despite how common depression is, it can easily be ignored or misdiagnosed, which is harmful because when left unchecked, the mood disorder can be debilitating. Depression manifests itself in many different ways that are subjective to each sufferer, and while you may know the physical symptoms, …

Brain unpicked: what makes a child psychopathic? | Abigail Marsh

Damage to the amygdala, not bad parenting, is to blame for psychopathic children, believes Abigail Marsh<p>The concept of a psychopathic child makes people queasy. The two categories seem incompatible. Children, even badly behaved ones, are viewed as maintaining some fundamental innocence, whereas …

Neurology

Schizophrenia Is 80% Genetic, According to This Massive New Study on Twins

Most accurate results so far.<p>As many as four out of five cases of schizophrenia can be traced back to genes inherited from the child's parents.<p>By …

Anxious people have one big thing in common when it comes to an important social skill

People are pretty good at judging whether a crowd is friendly, but anxious people may be worse at this task, a new study finds.<p>The research, which was presented Monday at a meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, could point toward a better way to diagnose anxiety and other mental-health …

10 Signs You Have Exceptional Mental Strength

If you do these things, you can be sure you're more resilient than average.<p>Just a few weeks ago here on Inc.com we published advice from psychotherapist Amy Morin laying out bad habits you need to break if you want to achieve incredible mental strength. But what if you read the list and were …

Self-help

What Happens In Your Brain During The Two Critical Stages Of Sleep

We shouldn’t wear lack of sleep like a badge of honor. Our brains are actually doing important work to make us more successful as we snooze.<p>The average person spends one-third, or 36%, of their lives sleeping. That means if you live to be 90, you spend about 32 years asleep.<p>“What that 32 years is …

TED Talks

Mental Illness Is a Laughing Matter... If You Want

I remember the first time my sister, Joy Lyn, told me that our family wasn't like other families.<p>We were at a Denny's in our former hometown of rainy and gloriously damp Seattle. She and I were about to order food, and she looked at me over her giant menu and said, "You do realize that's not …

How Giving Up Drinking and Drugs in Your 20s Can Change Your Life

For many young men, booze and drugs are a way out of fully confronting mental health issues. We spoke to a couple guys who decided to put down the pints to see what effect it's had.<p><i>This post originally appeared on VICE UK.</i><p>Theresa May, Donald Trump, Brexit, an uptick of racism and hate crimes, …

Mental Health

Want to Work Smarter, Not Harder? 10 Scientifically Proven Ways to Be Incredibly Productive

Of course you do. So here's how.<p>I absolutely believe in the power of hard work. Like Jimmy Spithill, skipper of Team Oracle USA, says, "Rarely have I seen a situation where doing less than the other guy is a good strategy."<p>That's basically my mantra: I may not be as talented, or educated, or …

Productivity

10 Metabolism Boosters, Ranked According to Effectiveness

From meh to calorie-burning magic.<p>When you're struggling to drop pounds, you might consider trying just about anything to torch extra calories. And while there are a few clutch ways to speed up your fat and calorie burn, some are definitely better than others. To find out which metabolism-boosting …

19 Tiny Habits That Lead to Huge Results

Success starts with the little things.<p>Success doesn't happen in an instant. It happens through the progression of lots of little successes, strung together over time.<p>If you want to build something big, if you have a vision, a dream, or even just a clearly defined end goal, the question is not how …

Time I

Unlocking the Secrets of the Brain: Defining and Measuring Human Intelligence

<i>Summary: Researchers have identified how different parts of the brain interact with each other at different times in order to discover how intellect</i> …

This Is What Actually Happens to Your Body When You Don't Get Enough Sleep

Sleep deprivation messes with you from head to toe—and a third of the population is losing a lot of zzz's.<p>There's no question that sleep deprivation is an American epidemic, with a third of the country getting less shut-eye than the recommended 7 to 9 hours per night, according to recent research …

Immune System

How not to talk to someone with anxiety

As part of mental health awareness week, we asked people with anxiety to explain the most and least helpful things to say<p>In the UK a third of Britons now experience an anxiety disorder at some stage in their life. But, despite its growth, how well do we really understand it?<p>As part of mental health …

How to develop a ‘Super Mind’ through meditation, according to this renowned psychiatrist

<i>Psychiatrist and author Norman Rosenthal practices Transcendental Meditation, an ancient practice brought from India to the U.S. in the 1950s. A TM teacher gives the student a mantra or other sound and explains how to repeat it in an effortless way. A successful practice leads to “relaxation, joy</i> …

Mix These 2 Things Before Bed And Never Wake Up Tired Again!

Shares 5K<p>Have you ever woken up after several hours of sleep to find yourself still groggy? I have.<p>It’s intuitive to think that a long sleep should …

What is Meta-Mindfulness?

<i>“The world is won by those who let it go.” -Lao Tzu</i><p>Writing provides an excellent precedent for living when done with a certain degree of abandon. I …

7 Wrong Ideas About Happiness You Need to Eliminate

You're reading 7 Wrong Ideas About Happiness You Need to Eliminate, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're …

Give Zero F**ks: How to Care Less About What Other People Think

It took me a <i>lot</i> of practice to be the kind of woman that gives zero f*cks and actively care less about what other people think, because I misunderstood what the 'give zero f*cks' mindset is all about. The misconception about women who give zero f*cks is that they have no priorities or passions.<p>In …

Bad Experiences Often Remembered Out of Context

When people experience a traumatic event, they often carry very strong memories of the specific negative event but keep only vague memories of the …

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Response to PTSD Treatment Associated With Size of Hippocampus

<i>Summary: Researchers report patients with greater hippocampal volume responded better to treatments for PTSD.</i><p>Source: Columbia University Medical …

Maybe It's Not Such A Great Idea To Bring People Back After Brain Death

The reasons have nothing to do with zombies<p>A trial to see if it is possible to regenerate the brains of patients who have been declared clinically dead has been approved. Reanima Advanced Biosciences aims to use stem cells, injections of peptides, and nerve stimulation to reverse “brain death as …

Research Suggests a New Way to Identify Who Has Schizophrenia

Neuroscientists shed new light on the reality-distorting effects of schizophrenia.<p>For our sense of the world to, well, make much sense, we rely on the assumption of a reasonably constant sensory experience.<p>The same stop sign is going to look the same tomorrow as it does today, which looks the same …

Neuroscience

7 dumb things you do every day that are not your fault

Despite the best efforts of scientists, the human mind is still an enigma.<p>What we do know is that our brains are crammed with absurdly complex wiring, leading us to ask ourselves almost daily, "why did I do that?" and "how could I forget that?" and "what the heck is wrong with me?"<p>Below are seven …

‘Club Drug’ Ketamine Provides Hope in Fight Against Depression

Scientists are increasingly convinced that ketamine, a popular “club drug,” may be a viable treatment option for people who suffer from depression. …

Depression

From Brainstorming to Ideation

Brainstorming, the darling strategic planning management tool that dates back to the late 1930's, oftentimes in today's world comes up short of producing new, exciting and workable ideas. The "<i>tried and tru</i>e" gold standard since its inception, brainstorming has been discovered to have developed a …

Six myths about sleep: if you got up early to read this, you’re in trouble | Paul Kelley

Early birds are more than welcome to the worms. Workplaces, schools and colleges should change the times we work to make us healthier and wiser<p>According to recent news reports, it’s a myth that we all need eight hours sleep a night – because a study involving hunter-gatherer societies in Africa and …

Sleep

The Things That Drain Each Personality Type Most

Written By Kirsten Moodie<p>Certain situations drain each personality type differently. Here are the people and situations that will cause each …