The brain is a muscle and like your biceps need regular workouts in the gym, your mind requires something similar. Here are 5 ways to keep your brain active as you get older.
“I rode an old paint”
Cold mountain, met Han-Shan.
Dark and rainy come
Are you a nursing professional who doesn’t want to get tied down to the same gig day in and day out? Well, there’s an app for that! Thanks to technology, you can join the growing number of people who are picking up short-term contract work using their smartphones.
If you’re going to take the time away from work or family to go to the gym, you want to make sure that you’re getting the most out of your workout. And with so many different factors impacting performance, it’s not always easy to maximize your time. But once you understand what’s holding you back, you’ll be able to unleash your potential.
healer seeks his doctorate,
“Way leads on to way,”
Robert Frost said that about two
roads, taken and not.
Drug addiction looks different for everyone. Everyone’s story is unique, including yours. The substance used is different, as is the time spent struggling with the addiction. Regardless of how long you’ve been a victim of drug abuse, it’s never too late to take that first step towards recovery.
Depending on the patient and his or her healthcare needs, either traditional or alternative medicine may be the best treatment options. Sometimes, a combination approach offers the most notable results.
My addiction to opiates began as a teenager after a significant sports injury. I was going through surgery and dealt with excruciating pain. I was prescribed a powerful painkiller. The doctor told me it was Oxycontin. I did not question it nor did my family. Next thing I know, I’m an opiate addict without even realizing it.