Neuroscientists Say Multitasking Literally Drains Brain

One day we just woke up and found multitasking in our vocabulary, a term to describe our capacity to do several things at once. I’m guessing we got the term from computing as technology pervades our lives. I know you will do a lot of multitasking again as your...

10 Ways To Hack Into Your Happy Brain Chemicals

To be happy is a decision we must make. Happiness lies on our capacity to do things to trigger the happy chemicals in our brain. What are you doing to be happy? How you experience life boils down to the chemicals in your brain. Have a happy brain. Happiness, sadness,...

Technology is Changing the Millennial Brain

Technology, is indeed changing all generations–may it be baby boomers, Gen Y, Gen X, and now the millennials. As pervasive as it is, we live and breathe with our smartphones or tablets beside us, otherwise we would feel incomplete. Worse, we feel incoherent and...

Motivation to Bully is Regulated by Brain’s Reward Circuits

In this modern day and seemingly open world paved by the Internet, you would think that people won’t have time to bully. Yet, it is still prevalent. Every day, you hear of bullying and of show of force. Is motivation to bully regulated by the brain? Summary:...

The Worst Part Of Schizophrenia Isn’t What You Think It Is

Neuroplasticity has opened a new avenue of treatment for patients with mental illnesses (i.e. Schizophrenic, ADHD, etc). Because of it, brain training is now considered a better alternative treatment to and a much healthier way to treat mental or brain disorders...

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