Treatments and Techniques

Short-Term Memory Loss: Causes and Solutions


Short-term memory loss is the condition of losing recently formed memories, like what one is currently aware of or thinking about, and while most people associate...

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    What We Want Most From Relationships But Rarely Get

    Most couples come to see me to learn better communication skills—or at least that’s what they say in the first session. What gets described as communication... Read more

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    Breathing Yourself to Sleep

    Fifteen years of insomnia drove Anandi to despair. Her life and health were in pieces. She discovered using the breath as a healing tool and... Read more

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    Best Laid Plans: Why They Often Fall Short

    We’ve all been there: We get a new gym membership, sign up for a class, buy an e-book … and then don’t use it. Or... Read more

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    The Truth About Sleep Apnea

    Sponsored Content The American Academy of Sleep Medicine has called sleep apnea “a hidden health crisis costing America billions.” An estimated 30 million Americans suffer... Read more

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    5 Home Remedies for Gum Disease

    Gingivitis or gum disease is a type of infection of the tissues of the mouth that support the teeth. This condition differs from having a... Read more

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    How Suffering Can Work for You

    There are times in life when things fall apart, when we lose someone or something deeply important that made us feel connected, grounded, or safe... Read more

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    A Better Way to Treat Receding Gums

    Sometimes in medicine, a new technique is developed that is so effective, it makes the old way seem barbaric by comparison. Enter pinhole surgery, a... Read more

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    The Profound Effects Breathing Has On Our Body

    By Tyler Ardizzone, Organic Lifestyle Magazine How we breathe affects almost every process in the body, from digestion to memory to exercise recovery. It has a profound impact... Read more

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    Music and Your Brain (Video)

    Music predates language and speaks to us on a primal level. Thinking back to your adolescence, you probably associate key memories with the soundtracks that... Read more

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    Increased Self-Awareness Makes Life Better

    The process of becoming self-aware includes loving ourselves enough to live our dreams and create our own reality. We are “pure love” when we are... Read more

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    What We Should Know About Our Lymphatic System

    By Michael Edwards, Organic Lifestyle Magazine When you hear the term “circulatory system,” what comes to mind? Most of us think of the vascular system, the amazing... Read more

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    31 Time Savers to Free Up Your Week

    If you’re like most people, you’d like to find more time in your day to accomplish more tasks or achieve a goal that’s been on... Read more

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    How to Help Your Eyes Recover From Staring at Screens

    Sixty-five percent of Americans report having symptoms of digital eyestrain. And it’s no wonder. Almost 60 percent of us use digital devices for more than... Read more

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    Talk to Babies to Bridge Word Gap

    Infants can have conversations with mom or dad—it just may involve a smile or some gibberish instead of words. That’s a key lesson from programs... Read more

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    Wanting Someone Else to Fulfill Our Lives

    I have a friend who is lonely, who has such a good heart, and desperately wants to find a partner who appreciates that goodness to... Read more

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    What’s The Difference Between Mindfulness And Meditation?

    A recent study found that meditating can give you more control over your emotions, even if you’re not naturally good at being mindful. Reporting in the journal Frontiers... Read more

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