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Fibromyalgia Pain Responds to Hypnosis

The July 2008 issue of the European Journal of Pain details a study which examined hypnosis and pain management in patients suffering from fibromyalgia. Using fMRI (functional magnetic resonance imaging), the researchers compared two groups of fibromyalgia sufferers. One group was given suggestions for pain management without hypnotic induction, while the other group received the same suggestions after hypnotic induction. (Basically, one group was hypnotized, and the other wasn't.)

Researchers then took brain scans of each group...continue reading »

Secondhand Smoke Can Lead to Spousal Stroke

You know that smoking isn't one of your healthiest habits. You might have been trying to quit for a while, even though this can be challenging to do.

There is another reason to stop smoking now — a new study predicts that spouses of smokers are at an increased risk of stroke.

For those who have never smoked, being married to a smoker leads to a 42% increase...continue reading »

Hypnosis Slows Impact of Dementia

The University of Liverpool has published a study which demonstrates that hypnosis can slow the symptoms of dementia. As you may know, dementia is a neurological condition which can result in people losing their memories- they can forget where they live, they forget people they love, and tend to become more withdrawn and less social as the disease progresses.

In this study, dementia patients were treated with hypnosis, and showed improvements in memory, concentration, and levels of social interaction compared to a group who did not undergo hypnosis. In addition, for the hypnosis dementia group, relaxation, interest, and motivation also improved, as did participation in the activities of daily living (ADL's). Activities of daily living would include behaviors such as taking a shower...continue reading »

Obesity as a sociological phenomenon

For a long time, people have thought of obesity as simply being a medical issue: people ate more than they expended, and gained weight.

A lot of research has gone into the physical and physiological aspects of weight loss; looking for "the fat gene", promoting low fat or low carb diets, and also looking at how people could rebalance their desires for high-fat foods.

New research from the University of Warwick suggests that people become obese if the people around them are obese. Like that old saying, "working hard to keep up with the Joneses"...continue reading »

No More Dentist Drill- Laser Light finds Tooth Decay Early

dentist drill

Most people who are afraid of going to the dentist cite the dental drill as one of their biggest sources of anxiety. The drill is loud, noisy, and, if the dentist slips, can be painful.

Recently, the Society of Chemical Industry published a study discussing a new technology for finding tooth decay in its very early stages- almost at the moment it starts.

The new technology is being developed...continue reading »

Willpower and Valentine's Day

(I know: willpower and Valentine's Day are subjects that don't usually go together!)

At the end of this post, I'll tell you about a gift that you can give your partner this Valentine's Day that will earn you more brownie points than you can believe. But first I want to remind you of the willpower research we talked about in October, and share some other research I learned about recently regarding the difference in processing power in the conscious and unconscious mind.

Willpower Is a Mental Workout

According to an experiment published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (I talked about this earlier):

Just one act of self-control depletes your ability to have self-control in...continue reading »

Procrastination Thoughts

As his publisher, I have been lucky enough to work with Dr. Neil Fiore, one of the nation's foremost experts in productivity, for the last three years. In this time, my partner and I have created a publishing company that now has over 20 titles, brings in 7 figures a year, and that has a worldwide following. We have done this with only three employees and little to no outsourcing.

People ask me how I was able to get so much done in such a short period of time, and I can honestly say a lot of it had to do with Dr. Fiore and what he has taught me about productivity. Don't get me wrong: I still procrastinate sometimes, get behind on projects, and have a hard time meeting some obligations. But overall, I get a lot done and also have quite a bit of time to enjoy myself and hang out with my family and my friends.

Dr. Fiore has a lot more to offer than this, but I thought I would share the principles that have helped me personally...continue reading »

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