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ou can become psychologically addicted to almost anything — including , and maybe even especially , your phone ,” says Earl Miller , PhD , a professor of neuroscience at the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory at MIT .
A smartphone is basically a mini dopamine factory , doling out hits of the feel-good brain chemical as a reward when you get Likes on social media or relieve boredom by scrolling Instagram . Unfortunately , “ the dopamine system is not satiable , so you continue to crave more and more ,” says clinical psychologist Elyssa Barbash , PhD , fast glam
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That ’ s why the average person ends up reaching for their phone 80 times a day , according to one survey ( if you think this sounds low , same ). And chances are , you don ’ t love it . More than half of people
Your friend keeps posting selfies at the gym ( aka healthfies ). Juno Demelo swears that these shots aren ’ t annoying , they can actually do a body good . By Juno Demelo
he one time I Instagrammed my husband at CrossFit , he got nothing but a strongarm emoji . All I could think was I ’ d rather do 100 burpees than ever upload a picture of myself in the same position . Maybe it ’ s all the ‘ We get it ; you have zero body fat ’ comments on workout posts by the likes of Miranda Kerr , Lea Michele , and basically every female celeb who ’ s hashtagged a healthfie . Women don ’ t always support one another when Spandex is involved , and I don ’ t want to seem like I ’ m healthier-than-thou .
But what ’ s so wrong about showing off your hard work ? There ’ s a double standard for men and women , says Pamela Rutledge , PhD , Director of the Media Psychology Research Center in California . When former schlub Chris Pratt took a shirtless selfie , people praised him for giving between the ages 18 and 24 are seeking relief from social media , according to a recent report .
Getting some distance is essential , because new studies suggest that small-screen obsessions are a major brain drain . Being attached
It ’ s said that facial oils are a sure-shot way to achieve a healthy , luminous complexion . We asked a bunch of glowy girls to let us in on the ones they swear by and how they transformed their skin . Bonus : some cool product recommendations to update your beauty stash . By Meghna Sharma
Don ’ t Hate the Healthfie
Varun Dhawan and Nargis Fakhri strike a pose after a great workout sesh
up six-packs to sculpt one . “ But when Rihanna does it , she gets labelled a word I ’ d rather not use ,” says Pamela . “ Yet selfies let you take charge of your image . And if they depict you doing something you ’ re proud of , they can be really self-motivating .” That something doesn ’ t have to be rock-hard abs . A healthfie from Lena Dunham captioned “[ Exercise ] has helped with my anxiety ... It ain ’ t about the * ss , it ’ s about the brain ” garnered
Hate the Healthfie , he ’ s realised that there ’ s nothing wrong with it , and now , even he ’ s considering renewing his gym membership . Also , the Fitness Special had some pretty amazing features — so many great tips .” — Kriti Nirmal
“ Up until now , I hadn ’ t realised how addicted I was to my phone and how it was making me its B ! Smart Phone , Dumber You made some very valid points , and I am seriously considering a digital detox . And The Cosmo Book Club ’ s recommendations will definitely keep me sane during this detox . Side note : you guys should make this a regular feature . ” — Prachi Tayal
“ I have a screenshot of Shower Sex ... That Doesn ’ t End In the ER on my phone ; I ’ ve been sharing it with my girlfriends . Yes , that ’ s how much I loved this story ! Plus , The Shades of Summer was full of amazing beauty inspo ; can ’ t wait to try out the hues .” — Aastha Sharma
Malaika Arora Khan might just be the queen of healthfies ( and mega # bodygoals )
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We ’ ve got the safety manual that ’ ll make sure you and your Os are safe . By Julie Vadnal
teamy air , cascading water , soapy naked bodies gliding against each other . Shower sex sounds incredibly erotic . In reality , the experience can be anything but .
First , the close quarters and slick surfaces call for some pretty awkward manoeuvring . “ And then there are the physical dangers , like slipping and falling ,” warns USbased sex coach Alicia Sinclair . We mean , you ’ re aching for an orgasm , not an arm cast ! All that said , here at Cosmo , we are undaunted by a carnal challenge , so we ’ ve come up with tips for safely pulling off a wet and wild session ...
GET A GRIP more than 100,000 Likes . “ One of the most effective ways to make behavioural changes is to keep track of your progress . Healthfies are an instant way to log a huge amount of info compared to just writing ‘ Awesome workout ’ in a journal ,” Pamela says . And if you ’ re looking to lose weight , digital high-fives and accountability can help . Social networking — including online challenges and message boards — is a key component of Weight Watchers , which was recently
Holding on to your shower curtain as your partner takes you from behind can rip it down , and putting your foot on the slick edge of the tub for a better angle during face-to-face sex is asking for trouble . That ’ s why adult brand Sportsheets ’ suction Handle Bar and Foot Rest ( `1,220 and `1,155 , amazon . com )— made just for wet hookups !— are must-haves , says Emily Morse , host of the Sex With Emily podcast .
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Entrepreneur “ Zadie Smith is not an author to be put into a box . Her mind is alive and her imagination is vivid . She compels you to emote with her writing , and through Feel Free , gets you thinking about things that are a part of real occurrences in our recent lives .
A compilation of short essays that range over five sections — In The World , In The Audience , In The Gallery , On The Bookshelf , and Feel Free — this new collection poses questions we immediately recognise .
Ranging over a multitude of topics from art , politics , social media , global
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Make some room on your shelves , for our first batch of book nerds have reviewed six bestselling tomes of 2018 to assess whether the hype was worth it ...
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warming , culture and much more , this book is the kind you would pick and read at leisure to get your grey cells churning and heart beating , one essay at a time . More relevant to our current generation and times are the essays Generation Why ? and Elegy For A Country ’ s Seasons .
In Generation Why ? I understand Zadie ’ s argument on where the real idea of a person with all their nostalgic , irrational and inaccurate form of personhood stands versus the world of ‘ Facebook Generation ’, which is more a vision of a good life than reality itself . It suggests that the goal of social media today is to connect , however , it doesn ’ t take into account the quality of connection ,
Most bathroom lighting is harsh and unflattering — the opposite of mood setting . If you have a tub or a glass shower door , consider dimming or killing the overheads and lining your countertop with scented candles for a sensual and sexy glow , suggests Alicia .
Getting water in your privates can quality of information and the quality of the relationship this connection allows for . Zadie writes , “ It ’ s falsely jolly , fake-friendly , self-promoting , slickly disingenuous ”, and if I was honest with myself , I would agree with this . Food for thought indeed !
Elegy For A Country ’ s Seasons talks about global warming , our changing environs , and our ‘ if only attitude ’. It talk about how things that have changed are accepted as a new normal , and that we fear from even addressing this as abnormal . She writes about how much of our conversation on this topic is governed by emotions and beliefs , and is not ruthlessly pragmatic , which may have actually helped us address the problem much earlier on , versus an approach of ‘ too late , must act with what we have now ’. And I agree with her statement , ‘ In the end , the only thing that could create the necessary traction in our minds was the intimate loss of the things we loved .’ And then we might turn from the ‘ What have we done ?’ to the ‘ What can we do ?’”
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