Ian Cleary

Working with bias

October 31, 2017IanUncategorizedComments Off on Working with bias

An ‘Aha’ moment is a time when our understanding shifts and we change our awareness of the nature of our world. The science of perception is fascinating – how we perceive others, ourselves, our bodies, the world, our past, our present and our future. We are all biased YET we can work on correcting our biases. […]

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Over-protective = Hypersensitive

May 18, 2016IanUncategorizedComments Off on Over-protective = Hypersensitive

Stress hormones protect us from the clichéd tiger. Chronic stress however puts us into an unnecessarily protective biological state. There is no tiger so we are over-protected. An over-protective brain & nervous system will assess ‘safe’ things as ‘dangerous’ and respond accordingly. Biologically overprotective = hyper-sensitive.

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A few thoughts about sleep and fatigue

January 31, 2014IanDepression, anxiety and other conditions, In the News & Research, UncategorizedComments Off on A few thoughts about sleep and fatigue

Sleep is such a normal part of every person’s life. It’s one of those things (like health/digestion/ energy) that you don’t think about it much until it’s not working. Then you really think about it. But when it comes to sleep, HOW you think about it matters. It really matters. Why? Because the brain is […]

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