In theory, technology is supposed to make our lives easier! In reality, not so much. The constant barrage of e-mails, invites, and notifications can really add to the stress of the day. Luckily, the science of stress relief has come a long way too.
Being an introvert at a party can be tricky. But breathe easy because today on Healthversed, we’re set to arm all of you introverts with proven tricks to help you break out of that shell.
Your cell phone is more than just a lean, mean, selfie taking machine. It’s a multi-tool that can supply you with a seemingly endless number of life-enhancing, change inducing apps. We aren’t talking about Candy Crush or Clash of Clans here. We’re talking about practical companions!
Whether you support Donald Trump or not, the outright vitriol present on both sides of the political spectrum affects your child’s day-to-day more than you might think.
Everyone has their own particular pet peeves, and not blowing up at someone who is chewing with their mouth open or using their sleeve to wipe their nose instead of a Kleenex is an act of tremendous self-control. Here are a few common pet peeves.
Grocery stores, fast food joints, health food stores, these are just a few places where unhealthy food and drink masquerade as health-conscious options. They are everywhere. And, if you don’t do your homework and check the label, then they may even trick you into consuming a boat load of sugar, sodium, and unnecessary calories.
From board games to video games to other creative pursuits like crafting and using new apps on the computer, people are putting in more effort than ever before to making sure that their brain stays young even as they grow older. Even if you don’t own a computer, there are tons of way to make sure that you stay mentally active. Here’s a list of a few activities you can engage in to help train your brain.
Medical technology has advanced to such a degree that we can replace limbs, transfuse blood, and repair damage that previously would have been fatal. Science fiction, often the forerunner of human ingenuity, has predicted many of these improvements. Here are a few pieces of medical technology that previously seemed like science fiction.
For every successful person in business, there are a whole host of others lurking in the shadows who just never hit on the right formula for success. However, a good business person will learn quickly that it isn’t just about having one good idea. You must push yourself through failure after failure in order to succeed. Life will never just hand you something for free — you have to work for it.
Every day on the news, we watch as the stock market rises and falls based on the actions of a few select people. These people run enormous tech companies, television networks, and investment organizations. We see them in the news more and more as the media has become obsessed with the person behind the product – computers now aren’t about the technology, they’re about the lifestyle, and who better to promote it than the man or woman who made it all possible. The thing is, there is a lot about these great people that we don’t realize.
Real confidence is measured in face-to-face interactions, not mediated through a computer screen. If you’ve ever wondered what makes someone truly confident, look no further. Here are a few tips for recognizing someone with true confidence when you see them.
It’s every parent’s intention, wish, and bragging right to have intelligent offspring. Of course, there’s no formula to magically produce smart children, but some parents try their hardest to make their child the smartest out of the bunch. Decades of scientific research gone towards understanding what produces “smart kids” and today on Healthversed, we will share with you 18 ways raise your children to be top of their class.
Irate customers, overtime, staff meetings, and deadlines. Whether you’re slaving away behind a hot stove or slumped over a well worn keyboard (ahem), the workplace can be stressful. I mean, if it wasn’t all that difficult, you wouldn’t be getting paid for it, right? Day-in day-out, occupational stresses are generally unavoidable. Bullies, however, are a different story.
These days, it’s next to impossible to make it through the primary school system without encountering at least one or two children toughing it out with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
If you’re a millennial, chances are you spend more time justifying your life choices in a day than people who were born before 1985. You’ve gotten used to your family and friends questioning your job, your housing, and your personal life. If this rings true for you, take a look at this list to see a few of the most common things that millennials are tired of hearing, and pick up a few strategies to help yourself the next time the questions come your way.