neuroscience


Is sleep really for wimps? OR: What actually keeps us going!

Sleep is that golden chain that ties health and our bodies together. (Thomas Dekker, Elizabethan dramatist) When life is particularly stressful and we find ourselves overloaded with work, deadlines we have to meet as well as appointments we have to attend, we often postpone our nightly rest or try to […]


A neuroscientific approach to spice up your life

Bachir Boumaaza, aka Athene on Youtube, a professional gamer from Belgium, gives prescious insights into neurological findings.  Whaaat? A gamer? Yep you heard right! I stumbled upon his video and for me it has been an eye opener and so I want to share his explanations about how to change disadvantageous dynamics that […]


Parkinson’s, depression and the switch that might turn them off by Andres Lozano

  The brain, also called the “masterpiece of creation“, is still the most mystic organ of the human body. Endeavors of understanding how the brain functions are as old as human history itself and although tremendous progress has been made in neuroscience, there are still some secrets that no brain scanning […]