When we are young and doing well in school, everything seems possible. As we age, it becomes more difficult to learn and retain things. Fortunately, there are ways to help slow down this decline and they are pretty easy to implement.
Eat good foods and limit alcohol
People often rely on caffeine and sugar to get themselves going in the morning or keep themselves going until the end of the day. The problem is that elevated sugar levels in your body are not only bad for your health, they negatively impact your memory. Where does caffeine come into play? In coffee and tea (which usually have sugar) and soft drinks (which are loaded with sugar).
Alcohol is a common form of relaxation for many. However, every time you take a drink, you are killing your brain cells. A few drinks on one night my might not make a difference, but think about how many brain cells are being destroyed over the years from drinking. Your ability to absorb new information and keep it suffer every time you have alcohol. Adult beverages are fine in moderation, but if you are really concerned about your brain cells, you should stop having them entirely.
We all know how good exercises for a body, but it also really helps our mind, too. Regular physical activity makes you more alert and energized and, thus, better able to learn and retain new things.
Social time with friends and family
We all like to spend some time alone and solitary activities can be good to help us recharge. Ultimately, though, the human mind benefits most from regular socialization. When you are with other people, your brain cannot help but benefit from conversation, games, and other activities that involve thinking and planning. So make sure that you are a social butterfly a few times every week.
Congratulations on deciding to see a therapist to help you with your problem! That alone can be a huge step. It can take great courage to talk about deeply personal issues with a stranger, but that outside perspective (particularly with someone who has the training to help) can make a huge difference in your life.
Some therapists specialize in particular issues, while others have the training that allows them to successfully assist people across multiple areas. If you are not sure which therapist to try, here are some suggestions:
Do you have any friends or family who have had therapy? If so, who did they see? What did they like or dislike about that person? Did they find the sessions helpful and have they turned a corner as a result? Everyone is different, so you may not find the perfect person here, but this approach can provide a good start.
Talk to Them
Some therapists offer a free consultation, but that is unusual. However, they should be willing to talk to you for a few minutes on the phone. Ask them about their backgrounds, their success rate in helping people with your issue, whether they are licensed, and what their fee is.
If you decide to go with this person, set up an appointment. The first appointment you have with a therapist can be draining as he or she will be asking a lot of questions. Don’t be afraid to be candid about what is going on in your life as this will help the therapist decide the best course of action for your treatment.
Don’t Be Afraid to Make a Switch
You should know within 2-3 sessions whether you are clicking with someone. If you feel that connection is not there, don’t be afraid to try someone else. You wouldn’t keep taking your car to a mechanic that was not doing a good job, so why continue to see a therapist who you feel is not helping? Don’t worry, you won’t be hurting their feelings.
There is no such thing as a perfect job experience. Whether it is the tasks you do, the way you are asked to do them, or the clients you must deal with, there will always be one element that strains your patience or even ruins your day.
One of the most common problems in a workplace is co-worker incompatibility. Not everyone has the same working style, temperament, or dedication. Disagreement in one of those areas can be problematic; disagreement in multiple areas can lead to a blow out. At the very least, you will likely end up stressed and frustrated.
Try limiting your interaction with the person. Do not sit near them at company functions and do not talk to them outside of work-related conversation. Be polite, but otherwise resist engaging.
If this does not help, talk to the person in order to resolve the problem. Do not be confrontational: try to approach them in the way you would like to be approached in such a situation. If the issue is a part of their personality that is ingrained, then there is not much that can be done. However, if it is a habit that is causing the problem, that might be something that can change.
If none of these work, it is time to bring the matter up with your supervisor. Do so when in a calm place; blowing your stack will make you seem irrational, which means your boss might be more likely to side with the other person.
When speaking with your superior, mention only things that you can back up with solid evidence (e.g. a piece of work that is poorly done). Rumors and supposition carry little or no weight. Don’t be entirely negative; try to mention the positive things the person contributes. However, be firm about the fact that you think the situation is hindering your ability to get the job done. Good luck!
Mostly companies especially the big ones required candidates or their employees to undergo medical examination procedures. This is to ensure that every applicant that they will soon to hire and employees they already have are of sound physical health to handle the job or they can perform at their best. The exam may include drug, psychological tests or more. Whatever is necessary that the applicant or employee needs. Doctors or medical institutions handling your examination are not permitted to disclose clinical information to your potential employer without your permission. This is called doctor and patient confidentiality but some job requirements could force them to do so for the safety of your co-workers or public health purposes.
A medical exam helped employers to decide which workers qualifies to be hire or continue the job. They should pass the physical fitness and health requirements to be able to perform well. As an applicant, you must undergo to a medical test that will define whether your heart, lungs, eyes, ears and limbs are healthy and some company will let you have test for drugs and alcohol. All this test is for everybody’s safety.
To pass the medical examination procedures, you need to be healthy and fit workforce, you pass the psychological stability exam and you do not have underlying mental problems. The other one is workplace safety. Applicants or employees need to pass the drug and alcohol test and usually the test is accompanied by the medical testing for marijuana. This test is very important because if you have a free drug and alcohol workplace, it will decrease negligence that may result in injuries and death. Lastly is the public health protection. Employers are allowed to reject applicants who are suffering from infectious diseases. All the medical examination process must be performed by a licensed professional.
Employees all want to work in a place with great atmosphere, people and integrity. Many workplaces try to strive for those things. Once you get there, how can you improve? Let’s take a look below.
Increase positive energy – By creating an atmosphere filled with enthusiasm and positivity, employees are more inclined to be better spirited and more enthusiastic about their tasks. This is mainly due to people around them. When the whole office is feeling great and happy, chances are, most of the employees are relishing in the great energy.
Build a great workspace – The atmosphere in an office is extremely important. No one wants to work in a place that’s dirty or smells bad. Ensure that the office is clean and easily accessible. The more inviting it is, the more time your employees will want to stay.
Encourage team activity – Most people enjoy spending time with friends. By encouraging team activity, perhaps employees could find great friendships within their team. The more people enjoy hanging out with their coworkers, the most they’ll enjoy coming to work. It would just be like working or hanging out with a friend at the office!
Improving your workplace doesn’t require hard work. Some adjustments or changes in atmosphere, schedule and tasks can be easily done to increase the enjoyment of coming to work.