Exercising is good for everyone at all ages. We recommend NIA, a wonderful mind/body/spirt dance form that incorporates the healing arts, the dance arts and the martial arts (go to www.nianow.com to find a class near you or contact CogFit-Quest for more information)
Daily MailForget brain training gadgets - just writing a letter or reading a newspaper ...Daily MailBut rather than fork out on expensive 'brain training gadgets', those concerned with staving off memory loss might be better off picking up a pen...
Brain training gadgets can also be useful, but nothing beats playing mental games with other people! The more different ways you challenge your brain, the better off you will be!
Brain training that works take a multi-pronged approach. In fact, the latest research has shown that physical exercise enhances brain function. Part of that being the activation of the brain derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) ...
I quite agree with Bob! Exercise and challenging the brain is the way to stay mentally sharp. Remember the brain loves novelty, complexity and variety and thrives on new challenges. So instead of thinking, "this is too difficult", just think " Great! I am creating new brain cells."
A new study suggests our short-term memory plays a role in appetite. Several hours after a meal, the study found, people's hunger levels were predicted not by how much they'd eaten, but rather by how much food they'd seen ...
PsychCentral.comBrain Stimulation May Ease the Sting of Social PainPsychCentral.comPaolo Riva, Ph.D., of the University of Milano-Bicocca and colleagues examined if activity in the right ventrolateral prefrontal cortex (rVLPFC) — a brain region...
But those who live alone not at increased risk, study showsFeeling lonely, as distinct from being/living alone, is linked to an increased risk of developing dementia in later life, (Feeling Lonely Linked To Increased Risk Of Dementia In Later Life...
Courtesy of the Hastings Health Source A recent study out of the United States shows the effect of mental activities on seniors' brains, specifically the.
CogFit-Quest Ltd.'s memory care program for senoirs, CogFit-Care gives seniors a great mental workout - and provides social interaction. Studies show that people who socialize more have better cognitive skills!
So have fun, talk it up and give your brain some exercise!
Three Scientific Steps to Reduce Your Alzheimer's Risk, full article here. a. Aerobic exercise. Studies show that aerobic exercise sharpens daily performance, brain function, and reduces loss of mental impairment over our lifetime”.
"Another major insight comes thanks to advancements in brain-imaging techniques, which are helping scientists better empirically gauge how our brains react to specific types of spaces, light, and noise. Badger talks to Eduardo Macagno, a UC San Diego biologist who runs a virtual reality lab testing new types of hospital design (here’s a great video about it). Premature babies, brain damaged patients, or those suffering from dementia will all spend significant amounts of time in hospitals, which means that Gage’s and Macagno’s insights could help create spaces conducive to their sensitive brains."
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