NEUROLOGICALLY

NEUROLOGICALLY

discover intricate details of the human brain

SOCIALLY

SOCIALLY

explore the powerful role of society impacting each one of us

MENTALLY

MENTALLY

investigate the multi-faceted phenomenon resulting from thinking processes

PHYSICALLY

PHYSICALLY

examine the biological components evident in the human body

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RELATIONALLY

probe into the often invisible, tight weave of human connectedness

EMOTIONALLY

EMOTIONALLY

delve into deeper understanding within the full gamut of expressions known as feelings

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Bill Cosby was right. Parents do not want justice, they want peace and quiet. And nowadays parents need that more than ever. In my professional opinion, how well children sleep correlates directly to how much peace a parent experiences. Let me explain. Read more

“Oh no, here we go again,” mentally surfaces as you lay your head on your pillow. The clock sits there ticking away minutes which may turn into hours while silently logging your inability to fall asleep. You’ve tried everything! Reading books, hot baths, reading books while in a hot bath, exercising early then exercising late, cutting out caffeine, cutting out evening alcohol, drinking herbal teas, turning off all lights, leaving a night-light on, watching TV, not watching TV, keeping the room cool, playing relaxing music, buying a new mattress, even journaling your tormented thoughts and still you want to scream, “I’m so tired and can’t sleep!”   Read more

You could almost call it an out of body experience. Our subconscious takes over and transports us on a journey guided by our deepest emotions. Throughout this mysterious voyage, our conscious brain is wholly unaware of the world outside while locked within an inert body. In cyclic repetition, our bodies enter a temporary state of motor muscle atonia where a sort of paralysis takes over. For humans, this typically daily metamorphosis constitutes a third of a person’s entire life. Read more

Now if you are thinking Nyquil or getting plastered, then you missed the key word here. Universally. What are the natural causes for sleep to happen with all humans everywhere? Read more

I remember it was a clear crisp autumn day, which in my part of the world normally comes around the middle of November. I got a call from a mother of a 12 year old boy and she was frantic that her son “must be ADD or ADHD because he was continually distracted” and “his grades were suffering horribly with his poor memory skills.” I asked the mother, Mrs Nelson, how long her son had shown these symptoms. Her voice projected her drained emotions, “This is all brand new—I just don’t understand! Kyle’s never been like this before.” Read more

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