Author: Sasha Hart

7-step Goal Achievement Plan

Man has always aimed for personal evolution in the sense of making a change for the better, at least in theory. Sometimes, it may seem the intentions do not match the outcome or we don’t know how to reach our objective. Here is a 7-step goal achievement plan that will help you chase your dreams with more clarity and higher chnces of success!   What do you want? – formulate your goal in positive terms, defining what you want, not what you do not want to achieve. “I don’t want to be bullied anymore”, for instance, is a wrong...

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Brain fog during menstruation myth debunked

The brain fog during menstruation myth has just been debunked by researchers in Zurich, Switzerland. Research has demonstrated women have the same focus during that time of the month as in the rest of the month. The days of menstruation are less comfortable, that’s for sure. Symptoms like abdominal cramps, mild or severe, mood swings and sore breasts are still there, for every fertile woman. However, researchers have, with proof, taken down the list brain fog, which has become a myth starting July 4, 2017. That is when the results of the study have been made public and are...

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Suicide: the warning signs and prevention

The leading cause in intentional suicide is depression. However, the warning signs may not be visible or clear to everyone and without knowledge of the situation and its severity, prevention rates are very low.   Suicide-related Statistics Suicide has always been a taboo subject, in part due to its horrendous nature, in part due to the lack of knowledge regarding the approach. According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, statistics are the following: Suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in the United States Over 44,000 Americans end their own life each year On average, there are...

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Kids with high IQ will live over 80. Study report.

Scottish scientists say that kids with high IQ will live over 80 years of age, according to a study comparing data of over 68 years. Last week, The British Medical Journal published the results of a study which determined a non-disputable link between people’s childhood IQ and their causes of death.  The study was based on Scotland’s population. There were over 33,500 men and over 33,200 of women whose data was studied. The participants in the study were born in 1936 and were administered and IO tests at age 11. The researchers crossed the IQ results of the participants...

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Leg cramps: causes, treatment and prevention

Leg cramps are strong sudden contractions of muscles in the leg, which can be extremely painful. As common as they are, they indicate lack of vitamins, minerals, stress or even an undiagnosed illness and they need to be treated or, in any case, prevented. For this reason, let’s go over some of the key-aspects of leg cramps: causes, treatment and prevention.   Causes of leg cramps A deficit of blood supply – in this case we are talking about a medical condition: arteriosclerosis, which is defined as the narrowing of the arteries. Muscle contractions are triggered, usually, by exercise....

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