Category: Brain Health Tips

Holiday Stress and Your Brain Holidays are the happiest season of all, according to a classic Christmas song, but the holidays can also be one of the most stressful seasons. If you experience holiday stress, you are not alone. In a 2015 survey by Healthline, 62 percent of respondents said…

How to Avoid the Flu Are you doing everything you can to avoid the flu? Typically October through February is the peak of flu season, where typically 5%-20% of the US population will get the flu. While there’s no way to completely guarantee immunity, these tips may help you avoid…

How to Give Back — Giving Tuesday This past Tuesday was Giving Tuesday. In case you’re not aware, Giving Tuesday is the Tuesday after Thanksgiving – which was started in 2012. We have one day for giving thanks – Thanksgiving, and two days for shopping – Black Friday and Cyber…

How to Practice Gratitude Thanksgiving is a time where you can reflect and be thankful for everything you have, whether it’s food, friends, or family – which is what most people are thankful for, according to Survey Junkie. We understand that sometimes you may not take the time to fully…

What You Can Do to Improve the Quality of Your Sleep The quality of your sleep is directly connected to your mental acuity and brain health. If you aren’t getting enough sleep, your brain is not able to function at peak performance. Yet four out of 10 Americans don’t get…

How to Make Thanksgiving Healthier What do you associate Thanksgiving with? Food, football, sweatpants, and naps perhaps? We all tend to indulge on Thanksgiving – and there’s nothing wrong with indulging! This year, we are going to give you a few tips to make your Thanksgiving a little bit healthier…