How Google & Technology is Changing Your Brain’s Rote Memory (The Google Effect Study)

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A recent study has confirmed that the search engine Google is changing your brain and altering the way it works, seriously. But then again, this really shouldn’t come as a surprise since any new technology is going to change the way that our neurons fire and brain works. Anyways, a group of people got money […]

Brain Waves: Health Benefits Of Alpha, Theta, & Delta

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Note: If you enjoy this article, consider reading “Benefits of Alpha and Theta Brain Waves.” Slower brain waves can keep us healthier: mentally and physically Utilizing brainwave entrainment consistently can definitely yield many health-related benefits. Using alpha brain waves can result in calmness, peacefulness, and relaxation – which helps block stress from crippling our immune […]

Benefits Of Alpha Brain Waves and Theta Brain Waves

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After spending time reading about brain waves, you probably have gotten the impression that slowing down your brain waves from a high-beta state – or even from a normal beta state – down to an alpha or theta brainwave state can be very beneficial. There are tons of great side-effects that can occur from being […]

Chewing Gum Boosts Brain Power and Memory

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According to British research, the act of simply “chewing gum,” could make us smarter, enhance our memory, and improve the functioning of our brains. A joint study done by the University of Northumbria and the Cognitive Research Unit, Reading, found that “chewing gum” has beneficial effects on our “thinking, memory and other cognitive tasks.” The […]

Naps Can Improve Our Memory

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It always feels good to come home after a hard day’s work, lay back on the recliner and take a nice hearty nap. Not only do naps feel good, it is great for your brain’s memory according to a recent study. University of Haifa’s Behavior and Brain Research Center conducted a study lead by Professor […]