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22 Ways to Overclock Your Brain

22 Ways to Overclock Your Brain
“I just found out that the brain is like a computer. If that’s true, then there really aren’t any stupid people. Just people running DOS.” - Anonymous The brain is a three-pound supercomputer. Your brain is more complicated than any computer we can imagine. It’s simple, your brain is at the center of everything you do, all you feel and think, and every nuance of how you relate to people. No matter what your age, mental exercise has a global, positive effect on the brain. 1. Research suggests that people who get plenty of physical exercise can wind up with better brains. 2. It isn’t just physical exercise that gets those brain cells jumping. 3. Our brains are wired to be curious. 4. Scientists tell us that laughter is good for our health; that it releases endorphins and other positively powerful chemicals into our system. 5. Omega-3 oils, found in walnuts, flaxseed and especially fish, have long been touted as being healthy for the heart. 6. 7. Can “bad” fats make you dumb? 8. 9. 10. 11. Related:  Health

Silkie Khan Academy WellBeing by | 10 Lessons We've Learned from 2020 We love a good 2020 meme as much as the next person, but as we end a year where the running joke continues to be ‘the worst year ever’, we can’t help but reflect on what 2020 has taught us. What if, instead of being the year we all want to forget, 2020 becomes the year we made some crucial realizations that stick with us as (fingers-crossed) things start to slowly get back better? Hand up if you’re battling anxiety and depression this year. Our hope is that anyone struggling right now has been able to seek help if need be and find the routine and tools that help move you forward. Pro Tip: Services offers virtually consultations with professionals for a number of mental health needs, including Meditation Training, Sleep Coach, Music Therapy and virtual therapy. Between lockdown, border closures, and travel restrictions, we all had to get to know our local communities much, much better this year. Local Brands We Love: Smash + Tess Mumgry Bluboho In March, that stopped. Grimm’s Rainbow

Broken Toe 101 - Symptoms & Treatments | Advanced Foot & Ankle A broken toe, also known as a toe fracture, is a very common injury, especially in athletes and those with active lifestyles. Out of the five toes (also known as digits of the feet) the pinky toe is the most commonly broken toe with the fracture often occurring at the base of the toe. Your toes make up a portion of your foot referred to as the forefoot. Four of your toes are comprised of 3 bones called phalanges, and two joints. The big toe, however, is made up of only two bones and one joint. The three smaller bones, or phalanges, of the toes are the: Proximal – bone closest to the footMiddleDistal – the end of the toe The big toe only has the proximal and distal phalanx bones. Types of toe fractures There are several ways to categorize your toe fractures: With the numerous small bones, joints, muscles, tendons, and ligaments in your toes it can be hard to identify what type of injury you are suffering from. What Causes a Broken Toe Some of the most common causes of broken toes include:

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Removing Pubic Hair | Center for Young Women's Health Key Facts Removing pubic hair is a personal preference.There are no health benefits to removing pubic hair.Follow safety guidelines if you decide to remove pubic hair. Removing pubic hair is a personal preference. Shaving: Some girls say that shaving pubic hair is “high maintenance” because the hair usually grows back in just a couple of days. Shaving doesn’t make the hair grow back thicker; this is a myth. Over-the-counter “depilatories” or cream hair removers: This method of hair removal is painless, but it’s important to be aware that not all “depilatories” are safe to use on your vulva or “bikini line.” Waxing: A thin layer of warm liquid wax is applied over the hair you want to remove. Laser hair removal: Laser hair removal is a procedure that uses a strong beam of light that penetrates the skin to destroy the hair follicle. Electrolysis: Electrolysis is the only hair removal method that permanently removes the hair. Safety Guidelines when Shaving Pubic Hair: Blisters/Pimples:

Is It Safe To Shave Pubic Hair​ - How To Shave Pubes Safely Pubic hair styles—and how we deal with them—have changed radically over the years. From rocking a full bush to trying a bare Brazilian, we have pretty much tried it all. In fact, 84 percent of women style their pubic hair, according to one study in JAMA Dermatology—and most do it themselves at home. When you're DIY-ing your hair removal, one of the easiest ways is to shave your pubic area. But of course, with shaving pubic hair comes the risk of cutting yourself, ingrown hairs, razor burn, and more—on one of the most sensitive parts of the body. So, just how unsafe is shaving your pubes really? There are two main reasons shaving pubic hair can be risky. First of all, "It's personal preference whether you want to shave or not," says Michelle Metz, MD. Your pubic hair is "protective," says Metz, and you don't *need* to remove it. The issue with shaving all the time? Folliculitis looks like white bumps and can often be caused by bad shaving technique (more on how to avoid that later). Dr.

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