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Some Minor Causes Of Memory Loss You Might Be Overlooking

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Depression, dehydration and vitamin b12 deficiency can lead to memory loss!

Depression, dehydration and
vitamin b12 deficiency
can lead to memory loss!

Many environmental and physical factors can lead to loss of memory.  Often simple treatable conditions can contribute to what might seem like a significant loss of memory

Memory loss caused by depression: Depression upsets your hormonal balance and puts your brain under a lot of stress which often can lead to loss of memory. It can make you forget things tasks that you needed to do and at time you might even have trouble remembering some recent events.

Memory loss caused by dehydration: Elders are more so if not often affected by dehydration. Extreme dehydration can make you sleepy, confused, and forgetful and basically mimic symptoms of the condition known as dementia. Hence it is crucial that you stray hydrated by drinking at least 8 glasses of water daily. Also be wary of laxatives and diuretics as if taken in excess, they can leave you dehydrated.

Memory loss caused by vitamin B12 deficiency. Lack of Vitamin B12 can upset a lot of things in your system. But when focusing on memory loss, vitamin B12 is responsible for protecting your brain’s neurons and decrease in the levels of this vitamin can cause permanent damage to the brain. Hence It’s is best to take a vitamin supplement everyday as you might not be getting sufficient amount of this particular vitamin through your diet.

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How Volunteering Boosts Your Overall Health

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Research states that volunteering can improve your physical and mental health!

Research states that volunteering can improve your physical and mental health!

Volunteering is beneficial for both the heart and the mind as it has the ability to augment your physical, psychological and emotional health.

It will enhance your self-esteem. Volunteering helps to boost your self-confidence and your self esteem. What’s more is that doing something for others just out of kindness, gifts you with a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment. Furthermore, research indicates when the all the aforementioned affects of volunteering are put together; it tends to have a health-boosting impact on the volunteer. This is because all the above affects induce happiness and peace, both of which are known to dispel stress.

Volunteering shuns away depression. A few reasons for depression are isolation, lack of accomplishment and lack of purpose. Volunteering helps to combat all of these factors like for instance volunteering provides one a socializing platform where one gets to meet other volunteers and build a long-lasting support system. Volunteering gives you a sense of purpose, that being helping others. Once you are done with the helping part, you feel like you’ve accomplished something meaningful and gracious.

It has shown to reduce risk of diseases. Researchers state that individuals who volunteer live a longer life than those who don’t as volunteering can reduce susceptibility to heart conditions and other chronic diseases.

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Two Ways To Recover From A Burnout

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

If you are going through a burnout, it’s important that you deal with it sensibly!

If you are going through a burnout,
it’s important that you deal with it sensibly!

If you happen to be going through a burnout, it’s imperative that you take proper measures to tackle with the situation. In order to fully recover from the burnout consider acting upon the following recommendations.

It’s time for you to take it slow

When it comes to recovering from a burnout, trying to taking care of your health or a change of attitude won’t be able to do much for you at this point. Rather at this moment, it is highly crucial that you force yourself to take a break as you really need to slow it down. You need to cut down the heavy load of responsibilities that have been drilling your brain consistently. Take a break; take some time for yourself so that you and your system get a chance to recuperate.

Look for support from your family or closes ones

In state of a burnout individuals usually have the propensity to either fall into endless pits of depression or they vent out their stress through destructive behavior, especially if they avoid sharing their troubles with others.  Sharing and getting the support of your loved ones can truly take a load of that work-stress, off your troubled shoulders.

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Two Ways To Recover From A Burnout

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

If you are going through a burnout, it’s important that you deal with it sensibly!

If you are going through a burnout,
it’s important that you deal with it sensibly!

If you happen to be going through a burnout, it’s imperative that you take proper measures to tackle with the situation. In order to fully recover from the burnout consider acting upon the following recommendations.

It’s time for you to take it slow

When it comes to recovering from a burnout, trying to taking care of your health or a change of attitude won’t be able to do much for you at this point. Rather at this moment, it is highly crucial that you force yourself to take a break as you really need to slow it down. You need to cut down the heavy load of responsibilities that have been drilling your brain consistently. Take a break; take some time for yourself so that you and your system get a chance to recuperate.

Look for support from your family or closes ones

In state of a burnout individuals usually have the propensity to either fall into endless pits of depression or they vent out their stress through destructive behavior, especially if they avoid sharing their troubles with others.  Sharing and getting the support of your loved ones can truly take a load of that work-stress, off your troubled shoulders.

To learn more on Andy’s programs

 

How To Cope With Job Loss And Unemployment

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Loss of job can take a heavy toll on you mentally and emotionally!

Loss of job can take a heavy toll on you
mentally and emotionally!

Unemployment or loss of job can cause a great deal of stress, depression and anxiety. In order cope with the situation adequately, you need to figure out some healthy outlets or channels, through which you’ll be able to deal with your emotions properly. Admitting to what you are truly feeling and working on defeating your pessimistic state of mind, will not only help you to get by but will also get you back on your feet again.

Firstly jot down how you feel about the situation.

In order to truly understand how you feel, it’s best to put it down on paper. This strategy can be extremely therapeutic and can rebuild your self-confidence. Plus, once you are done venting out your feelings about the situation, it will help you to move on.

Rather than moaning about the situation, push yourself to find another job.

Wallowing over the situation will lead to no good. Instead of dwelling on your job loss, just deal with the situation. Simply propel yourself out of that aura of negativity so that you may focus on the next part of your life.

Try finding the silver lining. Everything happens for a reason, and there always some good that comes out of it, sooner or later. There must be something you must have learnt from the experience and instead of crying over it, use it to your benefit and be grateful for it.

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