Wednesday, 17 June 2020

A Wiser Advisor

Or maybe you think you deserve to be a professional singer because you've been singing every day for years. You are not able to sense this but you will know that it is taking place when the entire room starts slipping past you in the opposite direction as if you were traveling in a row of railway cars going back and forth. Perhaps you can find a piece of music that will help you to sway in time. Do this exercise slowly. The objective is to relax. Should you feel dizzy, you are leaving your eyes behind. Be sure you get the feeling of motion as you swing. When mind and eyes allow the world to pass by without clinging and fixing on passing objects, carsickness, elevator sickness and seasickness will be a thing of the past. Do this exercise two or three times a day to induce general relaxation and better eye co -ordination. The mirror swing exercise The purpose is the same as the full body swing - to relax the eyes and encourage them to track together. On a global level, it has reached 71 years (68. Still, let us remind you that in 1900, the global average life expectancy of a brain was only 31 years, and 48 years in 1950. The bad news is that, partly because we're living longer and partly due to improvements in medicine, in 2015, according to the United Kingdom Office for National Statistics, Alzheimer's and other kinds of senile dementia became the primary cause of death in England and Wales. This trend is forecast to gradually spread across the entire industrialised world. Among the numerous forms of dementia that cause permanent damage to thinking and memory, compromising normal functioning, there are those connected to wear and tear of the brain machine, which, if detected, can be stemmed. However, things get more complicated in the case of neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer's (responsible for over 50% of dementia cases), Parkinson's, Huntington's Disease and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (better known as ALS). Neurodegeneration, which can strike the complexity of the neural network at several levels, seems, so far, to be unstoppable and essentially incurable. It shows - in a negative way - just how extraordinary and complex the brain machine is. Among all the cliches, urban myths and films with low-level science content, the central nervous system is often interpreted wrongly.

Please check this list of ten items of misinformation to see if any of them is already installed in your brain. However, the only thing that matters in the end is how accurate your model of reality is, how closely it aligns with the world out there, and how well you're acting on it. The bottom line is, for whatever goal you pursue, you need to run an audit and be radically honest with yourself. Many people delude themselves and become bitter when they fail to reach their goals. Don't become one of those people. Instead, do whatever it takes to achieve your goals or go do something else which would be fine, too. Using your action guide, answer the following questions: How well is my current approach working for me? Am I really taking enough action to reach my goal? What would taking massive action mean to me? As you repeatedly take action and test your assumptions, you'll discover that a couple of things you do work very well. It is a convenient exercise to do in the morning whilst you are in the bathroom. With feet slightly apart stand with your back to the mirror. If your left eye turns in, then cover your right eye with one hand and look straight ahead with your left eye. Slowly turn the upper part of your body left until you see your left eye in the mirror. Slowly return to the start position. Do this four to six times. Next cover your left eye and turn right to see the right eye in the mirror. Do this two or three times. The principle behind this exercise is to always encourage the diverging eye to straighten out.

So start the turn in the direction in which you want the eye to turn. If so, we strongly recommend it is removed, to ensure higher reliability and functioning of the product. The brain sees the world as it is. Brain damage cannot be repaired; The fact that neurons (unlike all other cells) are born and die with the brain user has engendered the belief that neural cells and their synapses are something static, if not predetermined. On the contrary, thanks to its innate plasticity, the brain is able to reactivate or reallocate interrupted connections and at times whole areas isolated by a trauma. It has been proved that at least in the hippocampus (and perhaps even in the basal ganglia) some neurons continue to be born even during adulthood. Drugs that can take the reward system hostage don't produce `holes' in the brain, as some suggest. As for alcohol, as you already know, it cheerfully interferes with neurotransmission and does not `kill neurons', as others claim: they all get over the hangover. Those who use their left hemisphere more are inclined towards logic, and those who use their right, creativity. Since the 1960s, we've known that the two hemispheres perform the odd different function, with preference for language on the left and spatial information on the right. Perhaps your audience loves one of your products. Perhaps one of your services is generating more money than all the others combined. If so, start focusing more of your time and resources on activities that already deliver results. Now you might find it counterintuitive to neglect products or services you spent so much time creating. You might think you should work on increasing the sales of your worst-selling products or services. However, this is often a mistake. Boosting the sales of an already popular product is usually far easier than trying to get an unpopular one to sell. In the former case, the ball is already rolling and you just need to give it an extra push. To give you an example, I chose to optimize the sales of my best-selling article while giving up on my non-performing articles.

To increase sales, I tested different pricing, optimized the article description, and ran tons of ads. If the eye turns too much to the right, then you should turn towards the left. The balance swing exercise This is another of Clara Hackett's exercises for strabismus. The purpose here, once again, is to encourage the eyes to track. It is always good to have a variety of exercises to play with. Stand with your feet slightly apart and with both arms stretched out at shoulder level. Always turn to the opposite side from where the eye diverges. So if your left eye turns in, or your right eye turns out, you turn your head to the left. Bend the upper part of your body to the right, raising your left arm to the ceiling and at the same time lowering the right arm to the floor. Straighten, and then bend to the left, lowering the left arm and raising the right arm. However, the two hemispheres are intimately connected by the motorway of the corpus callosum and the brain operates as one single thing, not two. The notion that each brain is more dependent on the right or left hemisphere - to justify personal inclinations towards logical order or creative disorder - is alive and kicking, but has been totally discredited by science. A 2012 study proved that creative thought involves the entire encephalon electrochemically. This is a piece of news that ended up splashed on all the front articles in the world in the 1990s: it had been proved that after playing the sonata to a group of children, the results of their intelligence tests, spatial especially, would improve. No study has ever been able to replicate this experiment. And yet, in 1998, the US state of Georgia distributed a classical music CD to all children in care in order to increase their intelligence, and the `Mozart effect' keeps being quoted as though it were real. It's all downhill after 20. No, that's not true. Some functions peak at the age of 20, others at 30, others - language, for instance - at 40.

Maturation and mental decline are much more complex than we think because different factors influence different cognitive faculties. I also started translating the articles into French, German and Spanish with the assumption it might sell well in these countries, too. Finally, I created a whole series around the article encouraging new readers to go back and read the first article in the series. By doing so, I was able to increase sales significantly. The point is, keep testing your assumptions until you find something that works. When you do, focus most of your effort on scaling that thing up. Yes, it might feel counterintuitive. Yes, you might feel as though you're missing out on other opportunities. But as we've seen before, you have to miss out on many things to be successful. That's just to be expected. Using your action guide, answer the following questions: Keep watching the left hand as your head and body move. Do this six to eight times. Then turn and do the same thing while watching the right hand. If your right eye turns in, or your left eye turns out, complete as above but start by turning your head towards your right hand. This exercise was originally suggested by Janet Goodrich in her excellent article Natural Vision Improvement (1986: 129). As the name suggests, you move an object back and forth just as a trombone player moves the slide on his instrument. First you need to create your trombone. Make a paddle similar to a table tennis paddle from some colorful cardboard. Put some attention-grabbing stickers on the cardboard so that there are lots of interesting things to look at.

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