Day Dream, Meditate and Tai Chi your way to a bigger, happier brain!

I wanted to start off this week with a lovely article I found about daydreaming and how it’s actually really good for you.    Apparently, it helps with creativity, problem solving and makes your mind work more efficiently too!   This got me thinking, how does this differ from meditation and tai chi?  Well, meditation affects the prefrontal cortex…

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The Best Exercises for your Body

Tai Chi is one of the very best A Harvard Dr has listed the best exercises for your body and running is not one of the them!  He believes swimming is best overall, but closely followed by Tai Chi at number 2. The great advantage with Tai Chi is  don’t have access to a pool,…

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25 Healthy Ways To Deal With Stress

Tai Chi the Best way to Control Stress.   Last week’s article was designed to make you aware of how much time you spend surrounded by noise, which can cause stress.  It might have made you look at how much time you spend looking after yourself, how much ‘me’ or down time you actually get.…

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The Busier You Are, the More You Need Quiet Time

How Tai Chi keeps you calm and in Control     You get used to how busy life is, to fitting 48 hours into 36, to multi-tasking and the higher levels of stress and noise.  Just because we are adaptable animals doesn’t mean we are doing ourselves any good!  In fact, the more you have…

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Hobbies & Tai Chi for Insomniacs

Most of us will, at some point or another, go through a bout of insomnia.  Whist we will struggle with it and rage against it, what can you do whilst you are awake during the wee small hours?   One man in New York has turned a negative (not being able to sleep) into a…

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