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One Simple Tip for a Better Night’s Sleep

We’ve all experienced it: you’re lying down to sleep after a hard day of work, but instead of falling into a deep, restful slumber, you end up lying awake for an hour—sometimes even longer. Even if you’re tired, you just might not be able to shut your brain off. You have idea after idea running through your mind. You’re too distracted to sleep! Did you know that the average person has between 50,0000 and 70,000 thoughts per day? Most of these are insignificant and...

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Transform STRESS Into Positive Energy

Transform STRESS into positive energy and momentum optimizing your performance STRESS, STRESS, STRESS!! When you hear the word STRESS what comes to your mind? What do you think about? When I’m out doing talks and trainings on STRESS, I often ask this question and you know what answers I generally get? People say when they hear the word Stress they think of something bad or negative, like financial stress, job stress, relationship stress it goes on and on. But did you know that stress...

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How to Use Breathing to Calm Your Mind

In order to exercise this control, you must first learn how to breathe in a way that tells your brain how to access your calm state. When you’re in control of your breathing, you’re in control of your thinking and emotions. Being mentally fit requires you to think clearly and respond to situations rationally. This technique could give your life the mental edge you need for things to finally “click.”

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7 Ways Staying Hydrated Enhances Mental Performance

Water is one of the basic needs of the human body and directly enhances Mental Performance. Man can go for up to 3 weeks without food, but no more than 3 days without water. All our muscles, bones, tissues, and vital organs function flawlessly when you provide your body with a constant supply of water. Not many of us are aware of the fact that our brains tend to work better when our bodies are well hydrated. Not only that, it even enhances our...

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Why Exercise is Critical for Peak Mental Performance

Want to improve your mental performance? Exercise, exercise, exercise! Most people are aware that they should exercise to improve physical fitness, but exercising improves your mental fitness as well!   How Exercise Impacts Your Mental Performance While you’re exercising, your brain has to learn new muscle skills. For example, your brain has to work to estimate distances, remember and it has to learn how to balance your body. Exercising is a great way to boost your mood, improve your memory, and increase brain function....

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