How stress management changed my life

Stress is an unavoidable part of life and, thanks to the pandemic, it’s played a bigger role in our lives for the past year. DAVE WESTMAN of Flat Cat Marketing looks at a technique for coping with stress and living a healthier life, using neuroscience. I’ve always had a love-hate relationship with stress. My wife […]

The Neuroscience of Your New Year’s Resolution

How can you be happier, thinner, or really successful in 2021? Dr Justin James Kennedy discussed the question in this blog Originally published 01 Jan 2021 in Psychology Today (Read it here) • Do you want to be fitter, or just slimmer? • Do you want to be smarter, or wiser? • Do you want […]

Webinar: Stress and Memory – Why Stress is bad for your brain

Stress levels can significantly impact our brain’s ability to encode and recall memory. But, in short bursts, stress can be positive, such as helping you avoid danger or meet a deadline. This webinar was well attended with plenty of engagement as people shared their thoughts, experiences and question. Linda Ray, NeuroCapability CEO, spent most of […]

Brainbite: Stress and its impact on the brain

“No two people feel stressed or frazzled in the same way” ~Penny Curnow People are encountering stress and overwhelm and this is contributing to a constant state of frazzle. While stress itself is not necessarily problematic, the accumulation of cortisol in the brain can have long-term effects that can lead to health problems. Watch the […]