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What is Addition in 4 Minutes?
Published by Penny Pulz | February 15, 2017 @FocusExpert
The white English immigrants on the Mayflower wanted freedom from religious persecution when coming to America. Those white English, now Americans, wanted helpers to grow more "stuff" so they could become happier and feel financially safe. Those helpers became their slaves.
After a time, some of those new immigrant American farmers got addicted to power and money, forgetting their feelings and emotions from the pain of persecution and inequality they had endured in their homeland. They pursued their "stuff".
Like any addicted person's behavior, it's all or nothing. In other words, there is only one course of action, CONTROL! But darn it, those slaves, were not always controllable, the new Americans discovered, ah-ha, just like being a slave to drugs, uncontrollable. To get to their "stuff", the slaves needed to be controlled.
Well then, let's get them to behave; beat them into submission. That's what the new Americans did.
But today, it's prisons for those who are slaves to drugs with lies spread that 'all addicts are nasty people'. read more >>
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Neuroscience - Neurofeedback for Chemo Brain
Published by Penny Pulz | Feb 24, 2016 | comments @FocusExpert
Relief from chemo brain?! Neurofeedback, unlike compensatory strategies currently recommended by the National Cancer Institute and other major cancer centers, has the potential to restore cognitive function. see chemo brian symptoms from Mayo clinic
A study tested women who had been treated with chemo for breast cancer. NeurOptimal neurofeedback, Zengar Institute's, press release stated that the neurofeedback stabilized the cognitive degradation experienced during chemotherapy. Actually, it reversed the cognitive losses, post chemo.
Colleague Jean Alvarez, a cancer survivor herself, of the Lake Erie Brain Performance Institute, Cleveland, Ohio, who designed and conducted this study, has stated that it may not be just the chemo that causes the side effects. read more >>
Depression Recovery ... a tough ass fight you can win.
Published by Penny Pulz | Nov 19, 2015 | comments @FocusExpert
1. If we're being totally honest, the people who fight depression and its symptoms sound the opposite of weak. They are not weak. This kind of internal fight takes MASSIVE COURAGE.
2. Feeling depressed just means feeling sad or down ... no way! Being depressed is not the same as having depression. read more >>
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