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2021 Playbook of Slavery on Steriods

2021 Playbook of Slavery on Steriods

It’s Slavery Again! – Through a deliberate and strategic technological programming of the mind, the social media giants, primarily Facebook, have succeeded in getting people hooked, as they have technically taken flight with the lives and the livelihood we had come to know. We have now become psychological pawns of a scope and magnitude beyond our comprehension.  We are the money making machines whose membership and eyes amount to great value in their phenomenal success as we unknowingly play into their whims and fancies. What do we get for this you ask? Well, the ability to post images of ourselves, to be defined and validated by others perception of us, an opportunity to play on our need for acceptance and admiration and to broadcast to the world in live and living color whatever we choose to about self, family, health, our travels, our pets and to portray an often unreal side of life and reality for applause through likes and shares. We are actors and audience simultaniously. It does well in pulling creativity out of designers, engineers, developers and possibly neuroscientists alike who must deep dive into the crevices of soul, vision and intellect to find ways, not only to compete with each other but to appease or hold the attention of members in order to keep them coming back. The likes titillates our senses and excites a deeper desire for greater recognition and validation for which there was always a year. Possibly through the help of neuroinformatics it is

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Winter Wellness and Seasonal Affective Disorder

Winter Wellness and Seasonal Affective Disorder

Winter can bring on the blues for many people.  For those who suffer with seasonal affective disorder, getting through the darkest, coldest months can be daunting.  To better understand the condition and for advice on beating those wintertime blues, here is important information. What Is SAD? Some people don’t understand seasonal affective disorder (SAD), and some people understand it all too well.  According to some studies, between four and six percent of Americans suffer with SAD, and up to 20 percent more may experience mild forms of the condition.  SAD is a form of depression triggered by the changing seasons and is thought to be connected to the reduced number of daylight hours. Most people who experience SAD live farther from the equator and are adults over the age of 20.  Symptoms seem to decrease with age, and women appear to be more apt to experience SAD than men.  Those who suffer with SAD may struggle with weight gain, cravings for starchy “comfort foods,” fatigue, anxiety, trouble concentrating, moodiness, feelings of hopelessness, and physical symptoms such as headaches.  Some people may experience a summertime version of SAD with similar symptoms. It’s important to understand that SAD is not a one-time thing.  In fact, those who suffer with the disorder experience symptoms at the same time every year, and symptoms will improve at the same time every year.  Some professionals note while symptoms can be treated, there is no known cure for SAD at this time. Treatment Options There are ways

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