Autobiographical memory: your personal time machine

Some people remember their lives better than anything else. Very few remember their lives perfectly. How and why we can use autobiographical memory? Is that a blessing or a curse? Can we change our memories? More reading here, here, here, here, here, here. Autobiographical memory My own autobiographical memory is not very good. If the police …

Your age when you sleep

Sleeping well is surprisingly hard, and different for each age. Most of my sleep advice tends to apply for every age, but here I want to be age-specific. For more information try reading here, here, here, here, here, here, and here. Sleep age The age which defines our sleep is somewhat different from our biological age: …

Medical self-help

How can we handle medical situations doctors do not treat? Why do we need to use self-help at all? Is it dangerous? How to use Dr. Google properly? The things doctors will not tell unless we ask… How to find a treatment online Dr Google is often surprisingly good. Some online databases can rival professional …

The Complete Guide To Google SEO Best Practices For the Healthcare Industry

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is a fundamental pillar to any inbound marketing strategy, and if you are in the healthcare industry, it’s no different. Your SEO strategy determines where you sit on the Search Engine Results Page (SERP). It directly correlates to your findability, a critical component for healthcare practices.  SEO is a long-term play, …

Seven Herbs That Will Reduce Stress and Increase Focus

Anxiety and stress have become an inevitable part of our everyday lives. Being uptight all of the time may harm your quality of life in various ways. There are many practical approaches for dealing with mental health difficulties, but have you considered herbal remedies? Yes, you read it correctly. Some of your favorite herbs may …

Memory formation and consolidation

How are our memories formed? This is a simple question which I cannot answer properly. I will share some of the things I know, and you may probably want to learn more. Instinct vs learning Memories are extremely heterogenic. One way to differentiate memories: separate inborn vs acquired. Some memories were acquired by previous generations …

The three waves of disease: original threat, new targets, immune population

Why do we have multiple waves of disease? How can we handle and anticipate the risks? Why do the epidemiologists appear helpless? This and more… As I try to make sense of what happens I share my understandings with you. I kind of try to show the way I think, which may be applied to …

Can Medical Cannabis be an Excellent Alternative to Adderall for ADHD?

Patients suffering from ADHD have been grappling to find an alternate drug to Adderall that works magic but with fewer side effects. Classified as a Schedule II drug, the same as crack and cocaine, it’s the most commonly used drug for ADHD, with over 77% of users according to research done on university students.  The …

Gaming nootropics for math supremacy and antiaging

Learning math is like playing chess. Young people do it better because they have better visuospatial intelligence. This is raw processing power, the sort of processing gamers do when playing DOTA2 or other complex real-time strategy games. Using the nootropics that help video gamers gain an extra edge may also help us. The same agents …

14 Ways to Maintain Your Health While Working Nights

Not everyone can have a nice daily schedule. Emergency workers like doctors or firefighters need to be sharp even after long hours of work, day and night. This is anything but easy. I came close to this when experimenting with polyphasic sleep almost a year ago. That’s why lifestyle is especially important for those who …