There are certain times we feel sleepy and hungry among other aspects of our beings. What decides when we feel so? When we’re told to sleep and wake up ‘on time’, what does it really mean?
This question arose during a recent interaction session – Is Oxytocin content in a milk a cause for concern?
I think hugs are underrated and deserve far more attention than they get. What’s the science behind the and is there more to hugging than we know?
Most often, I see it sprinkled on fried eggs, perhaps a bit on a salad and maybe the odd peppery dish. If you’re diabetic, here’s why you should considering eating more of this spice.
How does blood grouping work and why do we have blood groups? All of us know the terms A- and B+ and so on, and is that the only classification that exists for grouping of blood types? How does all of this work?
Is coffee really a suitable choice while practicing intermittent fasting? Is coffee alright for diabetics?
Dietary carbs impact our blood pressure. How does this happen? What are the mechanisms in our bodies that cause it?
Is it possible to use hypnotherapy to achieve weight loss that sustains long after the therapy / coaching period? Is it possible for the average person to keep off the weight lost?
It’s interesting to know how much potentially useful information we purposely and consciously ignore nearly every minute of our waking lives. Mindfulness can help us change that.