Michelangelo had obsessive-compulsive disorder. Sir Isaac Newton was bipolar and depressed. Abraham Lincoln was known to have depressive episodes and anxiety attacks. Winston Churchill accomplished all that he did with bipolar disorder and dyslexia. Princess Diana was depressed and bulimic,…

We all know what our brain is, right? It’s the three pounds of “convoluted mass of gray and white matter” in your head that “controls and coordinates all mental and physical actions.” Easy enough. Now, define the mind. Not so…

Neuroplasticity is an umbrella term referring to the various capabilities of your brain to reorganize itself throughout life due to your environment, behavior, and internal experiences. To ensure the survival of the species, the human nervous system evolved to adapt…