Parenting is something we all have experienced. Our parents parenting us; we parenting our children. And although many people teach about parenting, the fact is that in today’s fast-paced technological society, relatively few do well when it comes to handling their own children.
Having a child is a privilege because it is life happening through us. However, many times as parents we knowingly or unknowingly take wrongful advantage of this privilege.
Our brains are plastic in the sense of the dictionary definition: “capable of being shaped or formed”. In biology, plasticity refers to the capacity of living things to mould themselves to new conditions.
Neuroplasticity implies that you have the ability to change your brain; its structure and the way it functions based on your life experiences and repeated behaviours, emotions, and thoughts. Research has proved that we can play an active part in this process. And the good news is that you can facilitate this change at any age.
Eye twitching, eyelid tics, and spasms are pretty common. Referred to as
“Eyelid Myokymia” by medical professionals, it can be described as an involuntary action which causes rapid fluttering of the eye. In most cases, it is said to involve the lower eyelid and will last for short periods of time. Though the sensation can feel very strong, the contractions are usually not noticeable to others.
Almost all sudden-onset eyelid twitching is benign, meaning the condition is not serious nor a sign of a medical problem.
As compared to other sciences Nutrition Research is in its early stages. Researchers have been studying a number of micro and macronutrients for a few decades. However, reliable conclusions are often difficult since it depends on various criteria, such as the study itself, data interpretation, subjects involved, the process used for the study and the influences for the same.
Headlines of small studies are very often hyped as conclusive but only a small aspect of the data may be highlighted. This can often be misleading.