Gord Miller and Leslie T Foster
This article is a summary of current holistic wellness literature, involving online database keyword searches, additional searches for other studies, screening of abstracts, assessing the relevance to the review and integrating the findings.
More than 300 journal articles, books and websites were examined or accessed to determine how wellness was defined and to find research and wellness mode.
Stefanie Enriquez-Geppert, Diede Smit, Miguel Garcia Pimenta, and Martijn Arns
Similar to many of his 9-year-old school peers, Brian was put on psychostimulants after complaints of poor concentration and impulsivity that met ADHD diagnostic criteria.
Despite a remarkable improvement in his academic performance, parent and teachers noticed a reduction in appetite and weight loss after the onset of the medication.
Hengameh Marzbani, Hamid Reza Marateb, and Marjan Mansourian
Neurofeedback is not a new concept. It has been the subject of the study of researchers for several decades. Neurofeedback is a method that assists subjects to control their brain waves consciously. In fact, the electroencephalography (EEG) is recorded during the neurofeedback treatment.
Then, its various components are extracted and fed to subjects using online feedback loop in the form of audio, video or their combination.
Mindfulness has become something of a buzzword recently, but the term describes a simple concept. Mindfulness is the state of being fully present and calmly aware of the thoughts, emotions, and sensations you experience from one moment to the next. The goal is to do this curiously and without judgment or attachment to any particular feelings or outcomes.