This is the stuff that nightmares are made of and the sad fact of the matter is that this stuff is real. We humans can find our self in the weirdest predicaments. There are quite a few things we run into that we really wish we didn't have to and this index covers a few of those situations.

Surviving a Nuclear Disaster: Radiation Fallout: There are things that you can do to prepare for any disaster that may come your way. A nuclear disaster is no different. Advance planning can help increase your chances of surviving. Know what to do to prepare in advance, how to handle the initial blast, and how to survive the upcoming weeks to follow. 

How Much of Our Brain Do We Use? It is interesting to note that even while we sleep our brain is busy at work keeping us as mentally healthy as it is able to. Even with most of our movements still the brain is busy. The myth that we use only 10% of our brain isn't accurate.

Are You Thinking Too Much? 
Thinking too much can confuse you. People do it all the time. They over analyze a situation and in doing so can completely change the context of what it was actually meant to be. So we jump right in with both feet flaying wildly

Why we Get Goosebumps When Cold or Afraid: Goosebumps are a fight or flight response by our body in an attempt to make us appear larger than we actually are. Each bump appears at the base of a hair follicle with the purpose of causing the hair to stand erect. Hence also the term "hair raising" when we experience fear.

Social Isolation: Cabin Fever: Usually associated with those who live in an isolated country situation this mental health issue can occur anytime we feel alienated or isolated from those around us. Characterized by mood changes that can fall into the extreme, loneliness, edginess, fear or distrust of others, and frequent mood swings

Pandemic: The World's Most Dangerous Virus: Whether it arrives through global travel, re-emergence, mutation, or biological weaponry there is a good chance that we will face again a virus of pandemic proportions.