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Mind Alive’s First Sailing Adventure

By Dave Siever

Mind Alive’s First Sailing Adventure

Written by Dave Siever, June 2019 Our adventure began aboard the Audrey Rose, a 2010 Bavaria 45. My shipmates were Cynthia and Perry Kerson and Mari Swingle. Cynthia is a professor at Saybrook University and very active in the neuropsychology community. Mari is the author of the best-selling books “iMinds,” and “iMinds second edition.” (http://www.drmariswingle.com/). Perry is an accomplished boat captain with years of experience running a salmon fishing charter and racing sailboats. Here are...

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What?! A Pain-Free Visit to the Dentist?

By Mary-Anne Janewski

What?! A Pain-Free Visit to the Dentist?

I had a dentist appointment recently and decided to take a DAVID Delight Plus with me and try out the Audio-Visual Entrainment (AVE) “Feeling Better” session number 4 – Extended Deep Alpha Relaxer and see how it worked.                                                                          ...

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How to Prevent Cognitive Decline When You Are Aged 50 or Above

By Mind Alive

Are you aged over 50, and you have started noticing some changes in the power of your memory? Suddenly, you just cannot remember things as you used to when you were a little younger. Maybe, you go to the kitchen, but cannot tell what took you there, or cannot remember a familiar name when conversing with peers and friends. Well, while this might not be unusual among older adults, it could be frustrating. Even though...

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Using AVE for Academic Performance Interview with Krysta

By Mary-Anne Janewski

I interviewed Krysta Dudar after she spoke on BlogTalkRadio about her experiences of using AVE (Audio-Visual Entrainment) during her university training and how it helped her achieve academic performance. In preparing for which questions to ask, I thought about what some of the challenges are that a typical college student today has to overcome. To achieve well, a student needs to have efficient study habits along with having both good attention and memory. Students also deal with...

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Insomnia and Sleep Disorders

By Mind Alive

Introduction An estimated 50 to 70 million American adults have a sleep or wakefulness disorder. Data from the 2009 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) survey was used to assess the prevalence of unhealthy sleep behaviors by selected socio-demographic factors and geographic variations in 12 states. The analysis determined that, among 74,571 adult respondents in 12 states, 35.3% reported getting less than seven hours of sleep during a typical 24-hour period, 48.0% reported snoring, 37.9%...

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