Surely you've ever heard of endorphins or enkephalins. However, there are few people who are clear about what is something that influences our lives so much. To end that, in this post you have all the information you need. Contents 1 What are enkephalins 2 What are endorphins and enkephalins? 3 How to boost the production of endorphins and enkephalins What are enkephalin Encephalin is a neurotransmitter produced by the Central Nervous System.
Contents 1 What is Manolo Syndrome 2 What is Maripili Syndrome 3 Manolo and Maripili at home What is Manolo Syndrome The not very well known Manolo Syndrome was first proposed a few years ago after a study by Professor Carme García Ribas of the Pompeu Fabra University of Barcelona, which described the arrogant behavior of many managers whose fear (not recognized) of failure makes them appear aggressive and authoritarian with their workers.
Conducting an interview is always a pleasure, but when you are lucky enough to do it to someone with international prestige it is more certainly. In Psychoactive we wanted to learn about the great work of Ross Rosenberg, of which we present a brief presentation: Ross Rosenberg is a psychotherapist, educator, professional instructor and expert in codependency, narcissism, trauma and addiction.
Content 1 Brain development in childhood 2 Motor development in childhood 3 Perceptual development in childhood Brain development in childhood Brain growth and nerve maturation The brain not only grows in size, but also develops nerve paths and connections of increasing complexity between nerve cells, so the central nervous system is able to perform more complex functions.
Have you ever shaken your voice or have you turned red when speaking in public? It has happened to many of us on more than one occasion. It is so common that, with some frequency, there are people who resort to chemical solutions to counteract nerves such as the Sumial.
Umberto Eco (1932 - 2016) was a novelist, literary critic, philosopher and university professor of Italian origin. When his novel of medieval theme The name of the rose appeared in 1980, Eco became an international literary star. He has explored the connections between philosophy, fantasy and reality in other bestselling novels that received mixed critical reception, including The Foucault Pendulum (1988), The Island of the Previous Day (1994), Baudolino (2000) and The Cemetery of Prague (2010).