The Dehydrated Brain

Water. More than two thirds of your body is water. A source from the Journal of Biological Chemistry puts the percentage of water in the various parts of your body as follows: brain and heart – 73% the lungs – 83% the skin – 64% muscles and kidneys – 79% Interestingly, even your bones are… View Article

Losing Weight And Keeping It Off Part 2

A summary of research findings to guide your weight management efforts Part 1 of this article, described how to set achievable weight loss goals and what strategies to use in reaching them. In Part 2, we look at how people deal with challenges successfully and recap important behavioural tips. DISRUPTIONS, ROADBLOCKS AND FRUSTRATIONS Human lives… View Article

Maid Advise

Getting it right from the start ; New to Singapore ? never had a Maid ? advice and tips when hiring and training your Maid in order to ensure a committed and helpful realationship. One of the highlights of life is Singapore is having a maid in your home. Having a person who cleans, shops,… View Article

Having Finally A Baby – An Emotional Journey

Fertility Coaching & Counseling offers support to individuals and couples who are planning to conceive or have been trying for some time, either naturally or via fertility treatment. The 1-to-1 sessions focus on the mental and emotional support, as well as empowering clients with a set of tools to make informed decisions. Tanja Faessler-Moro, Director… View Article

Mindfulness in the CBD

Many people think of meditation as a way of emptying the mind of all the clutter from the week; the list of to do’s that isn’t getting smaller, the incessant phone calls and sms that won’t stop, the gnawing feeling that the work pile is getting higher and of course the vague awareness that we… View Article

Losing Weight And Keeping It Off Part 1

A summary of research findings to guide your weight management efforts Obesity, with its dangerous and unpleasant social, personal and medical problems is dramatically on the rise. 1 in 3 of the world’s adult population is overweight and almost one in 10 is obese. Unhealthy diets and physical inactivity are key risk factors for major… View Article

Body Image And How It Effects The Child’s Self Esteem And Confidence

Does any of this sounds familiar, “If only I were shorter/taller/had curly hair/was thinner/born with a smaller nose/longer legs, I’d be happy”. These are some comments we often hear from children of various ages. Research shows that children’s obsession with looks starts much earlier than before. The need to look perfect is spreading across all… View Article

Blur The Boundary

I am a clinical psychologist and an ultra runner. My experience with running complements and fuels the main passion in my life – Mental Health. I distil the psychological components of this experience more than anything else. Understanding what motivates me to start, endure and complete the race is important to me. Ultimately, this understanding… View Article

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