What is the “Tao of Fully feeling”?

When we enter recovery (from substances, eating, trauma, gambling etc), One of the tough lessons we learn is that it is not about feeling bad and feeling good, It is about feeling or not feeling. The "Tao of Fully Feeling" as Pete Walker calls it, is a concept that eludes most. Early in recovery, We [...]

Dementia: What, Why, and How

  Dementia is a condition that affects the brain and results in a decline in cognitive function, memory, and behavior. It is often associated with aging and can significantly impact an individual's quality of life. There are several types of dementia, with Alzheimer's disease being the most common. In this article, we will explore the [...]

Migraine Mysteries Unveiled: From Causes to Cure

  Migraine is a neurological disorder characterized by recurrent episodes of intense headache accompanied by other symptoms such as nausea, sensitivity to light and sound, and visual disturbances. It affects approximately 12% of the global population, making it one of the most common neurological disorders worldwide. Causes of Migraine: The exact cause of migraine is [...]

Understanding PTSD: How to get better?

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a debilitating mental health disorder that can occur in individuals who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event. While the symptoms of PTSD are well documented, the underlying biochemistry of the disorder is less understood. In this article, we will explore the current understanding of the biochemistry of PTSD and [...]

Why is Vagus Nerve the most important nerve in the body?

The vagus nerve is the longest cranial nerve in the human body, extending from the brainstem to the abdomen, and plays a vital role in regulating various physiological functions. Research in recent years has shown that the vagus nerve has significant implications for our overall health and wellbeing, including our mental health. This article will [...]

Everything You Need to Know About Functional Foods

What are Functional Foods? Functional foods are foods or food products perceived to optimize the health and well-being of humans through the prevention, reduction, or management of chronic disease and other conditions. Growing scientific evidence attributes these benefits to bioactive compounds found within functional foods. Bioactive compounds are defined as ingredients that provide changes in [...]

The Pandemic Nightmare: How COVID-19 led to the worst supply chain meltdown in the American pharmaceutical industry

 The world as we knew it changed forever as the pandemic ravaged the globe leaving footprints of utter misery along its way. Destroying lives and the livelihood of millions of people worldwide, COVID elicited unprecedented and unforeseen impediments that hamstrung the global economy, the ripple effects of which will still be felt for many years [...]

New Year’s Resolutions: The science behind what works and what does not

Paradoxically, change is the one constant that must happen for life to go on! However, every year millions of people make health goals and resolutions, many of which seem very difficult for us to follow through. Why does this happen? Why do we make goals that many of us can’t follow through? Is there a [...]

Impact of Social Media on mental health: How social media changes the brain and negatively affects our mental well-being

An optimum state of mental health can be defined as a holistic state of mental well-being where people not only understand their abilities but also recognize others’ abilities, contributions, and well-being. In a state of optimum mental health, individuals function efficiently to get things done and are capable of contributing significantly to their communities. Social [...]

Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD): A ticking time bomb with a probable biological component

Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) is a severe psychological disorder characterized by excessive grandiosity, constant need for admiration, inability to handle criticisms, fantasies of unlimited power, unstable interpersonal relationships, impulsivity, volatility, and attention-seeking. Research data from community samples suggests that 6.2% of the population and predominantly males (50-75%) are associated with Narcissistic Personality Disorder.   Many [...]


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