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Tag Archives: sleep

  • World Sleep Day: Healthy sleep, Healthy aging

    World Sleep Day, or 'Day of Sleep', this year is Friday, March 15. World Sleep Day is held every year on Friday before the week of Spring (or Vernal) Equinox: day and night are the same all over the world. World Sleep Day is intended as a celebration of sleep and a call to action for important issues related to sleep, including medicine use, education, social aspects and car driving.

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  • The brain, a garden

    The brain is like a garden

    The familiar term intestinal flora would suggest there is merit in extending it in comparing the brain with a garden. In this "garden" you have growing not plants but synaptic connections between neurons. These are the highways used by neurotransmitters such as dopamine and serotonin. Continue reading

  • 8 tips to improve your brain function!

    It is fascinating to see that the central nervous system is malleable, or “plastic”. In fact, simple changes in your daily life can have a major impact on your gray, or white, matter, and therefore, your quality of life. Below we list 8 interesting brain facts and tips for immediate use. Continue reading

  • Improve your sleep: 4 tricks

    Dark therapy is free and suitable for everyone

    Nowadays there are treatments for just about everything. What has happened with us human beings? Well, indeed just about everything. This is why we have sandpit therapy for people who cannot communicate, re-birthing therapy to process trauma, and snake massage therapy for relaxation and pain relief. Many of these treatments sit on the "alternative" shelf, even if they sometimes have a proven effectiveness. Scototherapie, or Dark Therapy, for instance, is not a strange form of therapy but actually a quite logical and proven system of sleep improvement. Continue reading

  • Melatonin at 700 million years: On one of the oldest biologically active molecules








    As dusk sets and the dark night follows, these conditions set in motion a chain of molecular actions from your eyes to the pineal gland, necessary to stimulate the production of melatonin. Continue reading

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