Stress Eating: Why We Sometimes Eat More When We're Stressed and What to Do About It.

Stress Eating: Why We Sometimes Eat More When We’re Stressed and What to Do About It.

for some people, stress eating can become their go-to mechanism for managing stress, which can lead to adverse health outcomes.

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mixed dementia - how does it progress

Mixed dementia: What is it, and how does it progress?

Dementia is a progressive decline of mental abilities, including memory loss, personality changes, difficulty processing thoughts and speech and language problems. When 2 or more […]

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Parkinson's Causes: Learn everything you need to know

Parkinson’s Causes: Learn everything you need to know

Parkinson’s Causes. Neurotransmitters like dopamine are the body’s chemical messengers. They send signals between neurons (i.e. nerve cells) to assist with nearly all physical and […]

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Stay Focused: Simple Ways to Deal with Distraction While Working from Home, The Office, or Wherever.

Stay Focused: Simple Ways to Deal with Distraction While Working from Home, The Office, or Wherever.

What is it about the distractions around us that is so hard to ignore? Why is it so incredibly easy to get distracted, and so challenging to stay focused

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avoidant restrictive food intake disorder arfid

Avoidant restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID): Symptoms and treatment

Is your child showing signs of extreme picky eating? Are you worried that they may have an underlying disorder? In most cases, fussy eating is […]

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warning signs of exercise addiction

5 warning signs of exercise addiction

Exercise is a healthy habit that all health professionals unanimously advocate for. However, when someone develops an obsession with exercise and works out compulsively, it […]

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Personality Disorders: Frequently asked questions

Personality Disorders: Frequently asked questions

What is a personality disorder? How does having a personality disorder such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, antisocial personality disorder, or paranoid personality disorder impact the brain? […]

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symptoms and treatment of bulimia nervosa

Symptoms and treatment of bulimia nervosa

Are you concerned that you might be suffering from an eating disorder or another mental health condition? In this article, we will explain what bulimia […]

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CogniFit is considered one of the leading companies in the healthcare market for specialized products.

CogniFit is considered one of the leading companies in the healthcare market for specialized products.

This sector is expected to grow rapidly over the next few years as a result of increased awareness of healthy behaviors and interest in wellness. […]

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Social Media and the Brain: Is Social Media Healthy For the Brain?

Social Media and the Brain: Is Social Media Healthy For the Brain?

Modern-day society is immersed in technology. Glued to smartphones and other devices, there is an app for everything—including socialization. Human connection has been reduced to […]

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Sleep Aid: Providing rest on a sleepless night

Sleep Aid: Providing rest on a sleepless night

Nothing compares to the frustration of being unable to sleep. Restlessness, poor concentration, and the resulting physical ailments are enough to cause anyone to search […]

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Is Parkinson's disease hereditary?

Is Parkinson’s hereditary? The role of genetics

Parkinson’s is a common neurodegenerative disease that affects millions of people worldwide. If someone in your family suffers from Parkinson’s disease, you may have wondered: […]

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Shingles, stress and depression

Shingles, stress and depression – how are they linked?

Shingles is a viral infection that causes large red rashes commonly on the face or torso. Some people only experience a mild itch, others suffer […]

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Study shows that poor stress management during quarantine may accelerate cognitive decline

Study shows that poor stress management during quarantine may accelerate cognitive decline

Stress levels related to prolonged confinement may increase the risk of cognitive impairment in seniors. A prolonged state of stress can cause alterations in our […]

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What are the signs of a stroke in women

12 signs of a stroke in women – how to identify them

Did you know that women have stroke symptoms that men don’t typically experience? Since stroke treatment is extremely time-sensitive, recognizing the signs of a stroke […]

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Social Distancing: How it impacts the brain

Social Distancing: How it impacts the brain

As proposed in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs theory, humans are social creatures. We require human contact to thrive. But with relationships and intimacy comes situations […]

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300 Million Students Free Access to the Brain Training Program While Schools Are Closed Due to COVID-19

300 Million Students Free Access to the Brain Training Program While Schools Are Closed Due to COVID-19

With 300 million students worldwide now stuck at home, parents are looking for solutions to challenge their children’s mind After the safety restrictions due to […]

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Is it true that hereditary depression exists?

Is depression hereditary? The role of genes

Depression or major depressive disorder is a common illness that is difficult to decipher. It can have many different causes and symptoms, and its diagnosis […]

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Learn about the 5 most common mental illnesses worldwide

The 5 most common mental illnesses worldwide

According to the World Health Organization, mental disorders are understood as “a combination of abnormal thoughts, perceptions, emotions, behaviour and relationships with others.” Mental illnesses […]

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Is there really any difference between Asperger’s and autism?

Differences between Asperger’s and Autism

Autism and asperger’s syndrome are well known conditions that affect a broad range of social skills, behavior, speech and communication. They are forms of neurodiversity, […]

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CogniFit Launches New Multiple Sclerosis Specific Training Program

CogniFit Launches New Multiple Sclerosis Specific Training Program

With the intention of continuing to grow and provide adapted solutions to different disorders, CogniFit has launched specific training to stimulate the cognitive abilities of […]

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“365 days of cognitive health” CogniFit Gives 100 Free Training Programs for a Year in Its Charity Project

To mark CogniFit’s 20th anniversary and to benefit from the New Year’s resolutions, CogniFit has launched a program, “365 Days of Cognitive Health,” to raise […]

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CogniFit 4.0: the new version of CogniFit's cognitive testing and training app

CogniFit 4.0: the new version of CogniFit’s cognitive testing and training app

New Games, More Assessment Tasks, and Completely Redesigned CogniFit launches version 4.0 for iOs and Android. Its goal is to boost the mobile version and […]

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Reckitt Benckiser Partners with CogniFit to Create a Brain Gym Digital Ecosystem for the New Neuriva Brand

Reckitt Benckiser Partners with CogniFit to Create a Brain Gym Digital Ecosystem for the New Neuriva Brand

Lifestyle has a great impact on your brain health. What we eat and drink, sleep, exercise and the state of your cognitive skills is critical […]

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