I was chatting with a contact today who mentioned something I did not yet know about the brain. She mentioned that multi-tasking has been proven damage to our mental health. She referred to the ways neural pathways are activated while multi-tasking. When you multi-task, the synapses that fire at these times are at risk of being affected by the similar changes observed in dementia patients. The reason for this is because our nervous system conducts regular synaptic pruning which is thought to be the brain's way of removing connections in the brain that are no longer needed. Whoops, you actually might have needed to keep some of these connections but they weren't fully developed and robust enough to be kept during the brains maintenance process!
Wow. I wondered if this is why it seems more women than men are affected by dementia. (Sorry guys, you might be surprized to learn it has been noticed by some scientifically minded folks that many males are not as awesome at multi-tasking...
IT’S A HOT TOPIC RIGHT NOW… WHAT CAN WE DO TO SUPPORT OUR IMMUNE SYSTEM? Especially now that many of our kids are going back to school.
Let’s do something that helps our focus and concentration. These particular movements also reduce stress, move your blood and increase your breathing rate. These effects help support your immune system!
Performing this activity (without the cute music) also helps you achieve other goals. It is one of the many activities we share in our Win The Pain Game Program.
You can perform this activity anytime, while focussing on any short, positively-worded goal statement for about three minutes. It’s great to do without music or with some instrumental music playing quietly in the background so that you can focus on your goal.
In this video, Denise plays some music that delivers a message that encourages our immune systems to function well. She has performed bioenergetic wellness...
By Denise Cambiotti.
We are sharing a pretty nice 'Winning Story' reported to us during our most recent Office Hours support video conference we regularly host for our members. One of our Muscle Tuner® Specialists gave a wonderful report. It was related to one of the techniques we share in our free Energy Boost Five Tips giveaway on our homepage.
She had a female friend in her mid 30's perform the 'Power On Your Brain' technique. Touch for Health® colleagues know this as the 'Switching On Exercises'. This woman had had a stroke eight years previously and had undertaken a series of rehabilitation efforts during this duration and things had gotten better but she still had a few issues. She currently suffered from a problem with her peripheral vision. This meant she couldn't view her surroundings with any amount of 'wide angle' that we mostly all take for granted.
Instantly after performing this technique, she said...