Here is a scientifically proven recommendation to help you do better on your final exams: According to Dr. Matthew Walker, the director of Sleep and Neuroimaging Lab at Berkeley, sleep can improve learning and memory. He came up with this conclusion after conducting scientific studies for a couple of decades. Since I know you are [...]
About Juliet EkinakaThis author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Juliet Ekinaka has created 5 blog entries.
What exactly is mindfulness? The official definition of mindfulness is "a technique in which one focuses one’s full attention (actively) only on the present, with purpose, and without judgment." Mindfulness is a state of being when your body and mind are in the same place at the same time. More specifically, this means noticing what [...]
The short answer to this question is: We don’t know! Some studies have shown that individuals with vitamin D deficiency had a 31% higher risk for colorectal cancer. Other studies have shown that postmenopausal women with vitamin D levels higher than 60 ng/ml had an 80% lower risk for breast cancer compared to postmenopausal women [...]
Did you take any deep breaths today? If you normally do not take deep breaths during the day, what if you knew that there is strong scientific evidence for the benefits of mindful deep breathing? Deep breathing it not only a great stress-relief remedy that has stood the test of time but we now have [...]
How do you know that you need the dietary supplement that you just purchased? Last week, I gave a community talk at the Monarch Beach Resort in Dana Point, CA titled “Dietary Supplements Examined”. One of the questions that I posed to the audience was: “When you purchase vitamins and minerals, how do you know [...]