(HealthDay)—Seniors at risk for dementia may help safeguard their memory and ability to think by adopting a healthier lifestyle, a new study from Finland suggests. The study findings were presented this week at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference, held from July 12 to 17 in Copenhagen, ...
Here is the first study linking what seems evident to me: changing to a healthy lifestyle may really help to ward off dementia.
Have a drink to preserve brain health! One per day for women and two for men- MAXIMUM! Heavier drinking may lead to dementia. This article suggests that fish oil may help those who have a few too many...
Research released Monday shows sleep problems such as apnea may increase a person’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, while moderate exercise and mentally stimulating games like crossword puzzles can prevent its onset.
Telegraph.co.uk Meet the man who can help your brain live longer Telegraph.co.uk “I worked with so many patients with head injuries, victims of stroke, or ageing seniors with dementia, and although I saw many medics trying to teach people how to...
The Guardian Blood proteins can predict dementia in people with mild cognitive impairment Alzheimer's Society A number of proteins in the blood could predict the transition between mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and dementia, according to research...
Brain games that could pay off in retirement MarketWatch Outside of academia, brain fitness has become a big business: the brain training and cognitive assessment market reached an estimated $1.3 billion in 2013, up from an estimated $210 million...
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“We wanted to look at aging, particularly dementia and cognitive decline as people get older, and the importance of sleep. Our results provide compelling evidence that sleep matters a lot,” said lead author Theresa E.
This study indicates that one should sleep more than 6 hours, but less than 9 to stay in top mental condition. Too little sleep also contributes to weight gain- so plan to get your beauty rest!
It's common knowledge that dancing is a great form of exercise, offering cardio benefits as well as training in flexibility and balance. But studies have recently proven another, less expected benefit.
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It may sound cliché, but the truth is if we don't use our brains, we are more likely to lose them. The brain thrives on sensory stimulation. It’s designed to absorb new information from its environment and build neural connections based on what it learns from those experiences.
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Exercise 'may cut dementia risk' Times of Malta Lead researcher Miia Kivipelto, from the Karolinska Institute in Sweden, said: “This is the first randomised control trial showing that it is possible to prevent cognitive decline using a multi-domain...
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Some tips on what to avoid and what to eat to ward off dementia.
Healthy body, healthy brain: Diabetes, heart disease—even poor gum health– have all been shown to increase a person's risk for developing Alzheimer's disease, the most common form of dementia. Conversely, individuals who exercise on a ...