We’ve all been there before, its the third day of your New Year’s resolution and heading to the gym doesn’t sound as appealing as continuing your 2nd week of binge-watching The Office. The psychology behind this is simple, something you have established as a habit has a tremendously higher pull than the new activity you wish to pursue.
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Your brain is an organ that is always on and working to maintain your bodily functions no matter what the circumstance is. It never takes a sick day, calls in late to work, or makes excuses about its performance. For your brain to work at its highest level,
Humans have come a long way in many aspects of our medical and cultural education over the years. Behavioral health treatment initially was treated with much more barbaric and unethical tactics than those that are being performed today. We have all heard the horror stories of people being condemned to asylums to become… Read more »
Here at Sage Neuroscience, we believe that the first steps in achieving happiness begin with establishing patterns of behavior that aid you in successfully dealing with anxiety. The crippling abyss that anxiety can provoke in your life is generally a construct that is built in your mind due to being too heavily invested… Read more »
When one is going through any type of mental health healing, a group environment can be one of the most beneficial modalities to foster greater recovery. In group therapy settings, people report feelings of shared experiences that can help make them perceive their trauma in a new perspective. This enhanced perception manifests itself… Read more »
During a person’s childhood, they experience a variety of unforeseen traumatic events whether they be abuse, loneliness, or neglect. These manifest themselves in adult life in anxiety disorders, self-sabotage, or any gamut of symptoms. A positive emotional upbringing reinforces in a child’s mind that life can be tough and unfair, but a healthy… Read more »
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation is a method of treatment that uses magnetic stimulation of a specific part of your brain through a non invasive procedure to help treat a variety of mental health issues, when some other methods of treatment have failed. The TMS device outputs its energy through the use of a coil… Read more »
Addiction in the brain is localized to one section known as the Limbic System, this is commonly referred to as “The Pleasure Center”. It is responsible for your natural reward systems you would get from normal healthy living. In the case of drug use, your limbic system is essentially being hijacked by… Read more »
Sage Neuroscience Center will be bringing a very exciting 6 CEU educational and professional opportunity with a presentation by Dr. Ursula Whiteside, a licensed clinical psychologist, CEO of NowMattersNow.org and Clinical Faculty at the University of Washington, on Saturday, June 10, 2017.
Suicide has touched many of us…whether it is a personal struggle or someone we have known and lost. This upcoming Albuquerque Event will help NAMI increase awareness and education about suicide here in New Mexico. Artist Brandon Lynn Crotty passed away June 27, 2006. He was 36. At the time of his death, his studio… Read more »