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Addiction and the Genetic Factor

Addiction and the Genetic Factor

Can addiction be hereditary? New research suggests that addictive behaviour could be in the genes.

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Money Should Never Be the Driving Factor In Your Life

Money Should Never Be the Driving Factor In Your Life

We all want money, because without it we can't get what we want. Money is the driving force of the world; Without money we can't live a life. Money is something that should not drive you, but before I go deeper in the subject let's define money. How Do you Define Money If you really…

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Is the Internet a Contributing Factor to Sex Addiction?

Is the Internet a Contributing Factor to Sex Addiction?

There's a running quip stating that all traffic on the internet leads to porn. Absurd as that may sound, using statistics can easily back up that claim. And in a world where you can find almost anything via search engines like Google, porn will continue to hold sway over the collective consciousness of internet users…

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The Mind Factor

The Mind Factor

There are many definitions and descriptions of the mind in terms of functionally, characteristics and development. However, one of the closest to the actual principles of the mind is the definition by the 'American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language' which defines the mind in the following words: 'The collective conscious and unconscious processes in…

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How Neuroscience Isolates The “Feel Good Factor”

How Neuroscience Isolates The “Feel Good Factor”

You know that feeling of wellbeing after you exercise? Or that “natural high” you can not explain? Or the way that laugh looks to be like a tonic for your body? Well, neuroscience has gone a long way to isolating that that is and, in particular, the release of the neurochemicals dopamine and endorphin, which…

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Add Vitality to Your Life With The Love Factor

Add Vitality to Your Life With The Love Factor

All through this life, I have been blessed with the gift of endless energy and vitality. People often comment to me in amazement, “How can you do so much? Do not you get tired?” Honestly, I sleep only 5 to 6 hours a night and always have. I'll let you in on a little secret.…