Hours were updated.
Hours were updated.
The idea of fatigue and fatigue management can be confusing, given that we don't know much about it despite much research. Can we manage or treat fatigue? And under what circumstances would we consider treatment for fatigue. When is fatigue considered a symptom versus the main process that cre...Read More
During the COVID 19 situation, many services can continue to be provided through online platforms. This, of course, includes counselling and rehabilitation services. However, caregivers may be overtaxed with the challenges that COVID 19 can bring in addition to the usual caregiver challenges. ...Read More
Throughout the COVID 19 crisis, Mind your Brain will provide counselling through TeleHealth/ remote applications, such as phone or online communication platforms with end to end encryption and SSL to ensure privacy, and specific step-by-step instructions will be provided upon contacting/ scheduli...Read More
Emotions are a natural part of our everyday life. All of our emotions, including the positive and negative emotions, help us guide our decisions, and make our lives more colourful.
While our positive emotions may seem like more fun and more relevant to our emotional well-being (i.e. feeling sta...
Emotional challenges following an injury or disease diagnosis are a natural consequence. Especially when experiencing a brain injury such as concussion or a diagnosis of a disease that impacts brain functioning. Addressing these emotional challenges is important because it is the emotional exp...Read More
People nowadays worry about developing dementia. However, there is a difference between primary aging and secondary aging. Primary aging refers to the age-related physiological changes such as graying of hair, wrinkles, decrease in muscle strength and bone mass- everyone experiences those chang...Read More
Aging and the functional changes that come with it are of concern to most people and society at large. Knowledge of how neuroplasticity works and utilizing this knowledge can support people's cognitive and emotional health. At present, we don’t have sufficient evidence (see Cochrane review below)...Read More