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Why Astronauts Have Ice Water in Their Veins

Imagine this… you are 203 miles above the Earth, traveling at 17,000 miles per hour and you are attached to nothing.  For most, this would conjur feelings of absolute terror but not if you work for NASA.   328 more words

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Adrian Quevedo: Neurofeedback Practitioner - AHP Institute


”I was always interested in the brain and how it works,” said Quevedo, founder and chief executive officer of Advanced Health & Performance Institute (AHPI) in Orlando, and with a new location in Winter Park. 10 more words

Explanations for Forgetting - Reasons why we Forget

What are some of the major reasons why we forget information? One of today’s best known memory researchers, Elizabeth Loftus, has identified four major reasons why people forget: retrieval failure, interference, failure to store, and motivated forgetting. 232 more words

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11 Great Ways to Improve Your Memory Research-Proven Techniques That Really Work

Do you find yourself forgetting where you left your keys or blanking out information on important tests? Fortunately, there are plenty of things that you can do to help improve your memory. 272 more words

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Forgetting : When Memory Fails

From forgetting where you left your keys to forgetting to return a phone call, memory failures are an almost daily occurrence. Forgetting is so common that we typically rely on numerous methods to help us remember important information such as jotting down notes in a daily planner or scheduling important events on your phone’s calendar. 180 more words

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Exercise is no quick cure for insomnia

Exercise is a common prescription for insomnia. But hitting the treadmill one day won’t translate into better sleep that night, reports new research. It takes four months so people shouldn’t get discouraged. 146 more words

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Sleep: A Dynamic Activity

Until the 1950s, most people thought of sleep as a passive, dormant part of our daily lives. We now know that our brains are very active during sleep. 921 more words

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