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Painkillers kill your emotions and numb your mind, study suggests

4/28/2015 - The active ingredient in Tylenol might numb people's emotional reactions, according to a study conducted by researchers from Ohio State University and published in the journal Psychological Science. "People who took acetaminophen didn't feel the same highs or lows as did the people who took placebos,"...

Overcoming the most insidious pollutants

3/14/2015 1:54:28 PM - What are the worst pollutants you are likely to encounter in this lifetime? Lead poisoning from exposure to paint dust as a child in an old home? Chronic exposure to food additives and genetically modified foods?The accumulating effects of air and water pollution, and the hole in the ozone layer?Psychiatric...

The many aspects of asthma

3/1/2015 - Asthma has reached epidemic proportions with over 22 million people suffering from this condition in the United States. It is also the most chronic condition affecting our children today. Although asthma can hamper an individual's lifestyle, it can be addressed safely and effectively by implementing...

Six facts that show how emotions drive weight gain and loss

1/8/2015 - Do you believe that you need a better nutritional strategy in order to lose weight? Research has shown that chances are very high that you already know enough about how to eat well and lose weight. That isn't the problem at all! Our good friend Dr. Jeremy Dean from the superb PsyBlog points out that,...

Emotions proven to alter genetic expression

9/5/2014 - Can a change in our consciousness (mindset) actually alter our genetic expression? Does anger and depression increase the risk of getting cancer? Although conventional medicine tends to pay little attention to lifestyle habits, thoughts and feelings dramatically influence our physical health. On...

Dogs feel jealousy and seek attention just like humans

9/3/2014 - The debate over whether or not animals experience human-like emotions has been a subject of interest for many over the years. While skeptics insist that animals are only driven by instincts, others disagree, pointing out that all mammals share the same neural apparatus and are therefore capable of experiencing...

Finnish researchers map how emotions are expressed physically in human bodies

1/29/2014 - New research published in the journal Proceedings of The National Academy of Sciences of The United States of America (PNAS) provides a solid basis for understanding how our bodies physically react to various emotional states. Scientists from Aalto University in Finland found that the human body lights...

Christiane Northrup, MD discusses physical illness and hidden emotions on Mental Health Exposed

3/21/2013 - Join Mike Bundrant and Christiane Northrup, MD on Mental Health Exposed this week - the March 20, 2013 episode. Dr. Christiane Northrup is known around the world for her leadership in women's health. As a medical doctor, she is paving the way to greater self-awareness in all areas, mind body and...

What to do if you are paralyzed by fear of civilization collapse, police states, plagues and other calamities

3/1/2013 - Over the course of many months I have had the privilege of coaching many Natural News readers who take my online personal development courses. If there has been one concern many have in common, it is fear for the future of humanity. Some actually live in a state of mental and emotional paralysis,...

Emotions play essential role in moral judgment, scientists find

11/30/2012 - Scientists at the University of Chicago have used brain scans to gain a new level of understanding into the way that human beings make moral judgments. The new study, funded by the National Science Foundation and the Swiss National Science Foundation, and published in the Journal of Neurophysiology,...

Why is my lower back so angry?

11/8/2012 - Whenever an episode of lower back pain strikes, we question, "What brought this on?" Our mind wanders to the physical things we have done over the last few days, which many times are not out of the ordinary, and in fact, frankly innocent sounding when that sharp, shooting pain starts when bending over...

More than just a gut feeling - How mood and emotions are influenced by the 'second brain'

9/8/2012 - Attitude and outlook may not all be in the head. Researchers have found that the gut can function like a second brain -- influencing the nervous system and behavior. High fat intake has been shown to affect this gastrointestinal nervous system, helping to improve emotional balance. But not any fat will...

Researchers seek to tame unruly emotions with food-based solutions

6/30/2012 - A staggering 20.9 million Americans suffer from mood disorders that may be linked to dietary choices. Researchers are exploring the effect of poor diet on the mind while searching for straightforward answers to our emotional woes. Findings suggest a varied, nutrient dense diet can significantly alter...

Botox injections can cause you to lose touch with emotions of other people

4/30/2011 - Botox might leave people looking good but, just when you thought it couldn't get more superficial, it will also leave them feeling less sensitive to others emotions', a new study in USA Today shows (http://usat.ly/hHIbXs). The glamorous neurotoxin has been used by the rich and beautiful -- yet aging...

Body Cleansing Rids Negative Emotions

12/13/2009 - Ever notice that negative emotions sometimes linger past their time? It`s often seen when a person is triggered, or dramatically and adversely affected, by an emotion of the past - perhaps even an emotion from childhood. Different people are triggered by different emotions: anger, hate, blame, fear,...

Hypnosis is Used in Study of Emotions

10/3/2009 - There is a lot still to be learned about emotions. Approximately 20 years ago, researchers were under the impression that emotions and feelings originated with the heart, not the brain. They also believed that emotions could not be measured with scientific research. In more recent years, researchers...

Use Hypnosis to Measure the Physiological Effects of Emotions on the Body

7/3/2009 - The topic of hypnosis has been receiving more credibility from the medical science world. More research has been conducted that has shown definitive benefits from hypnosis. Many research studies also conclude that hypnosis may have many more benefits and that more research should be conducted to realize...

Human Behavior and Emotions Altered by Scents

9/13/2008 - A new study finds that just the smell of coffee alone may provide important antioxidant benefits all the while soothing your frazzled nerves. Humans have been consuming coffee for a thousand years and for a lot of us, the aroma of freshly brewed coffee is as good, sometimes better, than the taste. Now...

The Energetic Contamination of Beef Products (Transcript)

5/24/2008 - Greetings everyone, this is Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, here reporting for www.Naturalnews.com. I am currently in the rainforest of Southern Ecuador, high in the Andes Mountains. I am not joking. I am actually in a bamboo rainforest here. It is raining so I am under some shelter right now. Unfortunately,...

An Overview of How Stress Kills and How to Develop Your StresSkills

4/23/2008 - In the past twenty years, thanks to modern technology, researchers have been able to scientifically prove that we have definite and distinct, physical responses to our emotions. There are currently thousands of books relating to stress and the toll it takes on the human body and psyche. The following...

Carnegie Mellon researchers find links between happiness and health, but questions remain (press release)

9/13/2006 - There is growing evidence that positive emotions such as happiness are linked to good health and increased longevity, but too many questions remain unanswered to draw definitive conclusions, according to a review of research conducted over the past 10 years. The paper, authored by Sheldon Cohen, the...

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