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My name is Thomas Hall. I’ve been practicing as a hypnotherapist for over eleven years now, and four years ago I set up my own YouTube channel providing users with free access to self-help hypnosis videos dealing with a range of ailments.
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What are brainwaves?
Our brains are home to billions of neurons, which are specialised nerve cells that use electrical impulses to send messages to each other. British physician Richard Caton first noticed that the brain had an electrical current in 1875, and by 1924, German neurologist Hans Berger had found a way to read the current by developing a machine called an electroencephalograph (EEG). When attached by several pairs of electrodes to a patient's scalp, an EEG captures the electrical activity in the brain, then amplifies the signal and records it on a graph.
If healthy eating tops your resolution list for 2019, here are a few foods that you might like to eat more of;
Apples are often overlooked in preference to more exotic produce, simply because they’re so plentiful and familiar to us. However, they are extremely rich in important flavonoids; powerful antioxidants which help to neutralize the damage to our bodies caused by free radicals, which accelerate the ageing process and are implicated in diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, asthma and stroke. Apples are also a good source of fibre and vitamin C, and as the majority of the nutrients are concentrated in the skin – be sure to leave the peel on!
For one reason or another, a good number of us will be spending Christmas by ourselves this year. For some, it will be the first time following the death of a partner, a relocation, or relationship breakdown. For others it will be a repeat of last year, and the year before that.
Being alone is not the same as being lonely. You may be looking forward to having some ‘me’ time in which you can binge on chocolates and a box set. Solitude is being alone by choice and being comfortable with it. But for those who don’t enjoy being alone, Christmas can intensify and bring to the surface, the negative emotions associated with being by oneself.