Time on task significant in MS patients

An interesting research article was recently published related to cognitive fatigue in MS patients. The article was published in Frontiers in Neurology. “The present findings suggest that MS participants experience subjective cognitive fatigue as the time of the task increased, regardless of the cognitive domain, and regardless of the cognitive load associated with the task,” … Continue reading Time on task significant in MS patients

How the MMF app integrates self-regulation — evaluating

Before we jump to the last phase, let’s do a quick review of how we’re defining self-regulation and its first two phases. Self-regulation — planning, monitoring, and evaluating your behaviors in order to learn from and optimize end results over time. Planning phase — considering various aspects of a situation and establishing a plan (e.g., … Continue reading How the MMF app integrates self-regulation — evaluating

How the MMF app integrates self-regulation — monitoring

Let’s do a quick review of how we defined self-regulation in our last post before we jump into the next phase of the process. Self-regulation is the process of planning, monitoring, and evaluating your behaviors in order to learn from and optimize end results over time. We discussed planning previously, so you should have a … Continue reading How the MMF app integrates self-regulation — monitoring

How the MMF app integrates self-regulation — planning

Self-regulation is the process of planning, monitoring, and evaluating your behaviors in order to learn from and optimize end results over time. The ManageMyFatigue app encourages self-regulation in a number of ways. Onboarding — The onboarding process is a one-time process to establish certain app-related guidelines such as wake-up time, bedtime routine, and lights-out time … Continue reading How the MMF app integrates self-regulation — planning

The importance of mindfulness meditations

The evidence continues to build regarding the importance of integrating mindfulness meditations. Robert Mitchell (London Mindfulness) provides a nice overview of some of the growing evidence. In fact, he refers to the the February 2014 cover of Time magazine which dedicated its cover to “The Mindful Revolution The science of finding focus in a stressed-out, … Continue reading The importance of mindfulness meditations

Military Mobile Device Users

“In the military, there’s a certain demographic that uses mobile applications regularly—around 60 percent of service members download apps on their smartphones.” Dr. Nancy Kao Rhiannon T2 psychologist and mobile application program manager http://www.t2health.dcoe.mil/news/new-mobile-app-helps-troops-self-manage-behavior-stress You’ll definitely want to check out the T2 site. They have some great free mobile apps to help with stress, depression, … Continue reading Military Mobile Device Users