Self-control in children describes a set of regulatory and disciplinary guidelines they need to stay calm, reflective, and productive in the face of day-to-day life challenges.
Self-control allows them to reflect on their thoughts, words, actions, emotions, and other responses and use their inner strength to refrain from negative actions.… READ FULL ARTICLE
Working memory is a mental skill that helps us to work with information over short durations. It facilitates the retention of re-usable information during ‘an ongoing’ cognitive activity such as a conversation, cooking, or reading.… READ FULL ARTICLE
Flexible thinking describes our higher-order mental ability to shift our thinking in response to expected and unexpected challenges.
It also describes our mental preparedness to solve tasks and new challenges by using more than only one solution and drawing from past experiences.… READ FULL ARTICLE
We all want to wake up refreshed and buoyed than we did when we went to bed the evening before. It is another story, however, when we are routinely waking up exhausted and weak.… READ FULL ARTICLE
It is interesting to see how teaching kids to code has become the new fad and the right thing to do in the 21st century! After all, famous personalities such as Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Linus Torvalds, and Mark Zuckerberg learned to code when still young.… READ FULL ARTICLE
Child headache affects up to 70% of children below 15 years but overall, headaches and migraines affect up to 49% of the global population.
While it is true 95% of us have experienced some form of head pain, women tend to suffer from headaches the most.… READ FULL ARTICLE