Brain Function

Natural tips will help boost your brain function; improve your mental health by including some effective natural foods in your daily diet. Our articles cover a wide range of brain-related diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease, depression, and dementia. Read more about exercise methods that may help you prevent several mental health problems.

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A Guide to Caring for a Loved One with Alzheimer’s Disease
It’s easy to look at numbers and feel unaffected. So, when we see that there are an estimated five and a half million Americans diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, it might not seem that serious. We live in a big country, right? But, if you’re ... Read More
Mental Health & Food: Top Nutrition Tips for Depression, Anxiety
Mental health received a boost recently thanks to the help of a royal source. Comments made by Prince Harry and the Duke of Cambridge about the impact of their mother’s death nearly 20 years ago made headlines as the two royals teamed up to do some... Read More
Vipassana Meditation: Can It Help Relieve Depression Symptoms?
The world can be an incredibly stressful place; with so much going on, so many pressures placed upon us and working five or even more days a week. And, that’s before you factor in anything like politics, the economy or if you have kids. It’s kind... Read More
Broccoli Stimulates Brain Regeneration and 5 Other Top Brain Foods
Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive brain disorder that damages and destroys brain cells, and leads to memory loss, confusion, and eventually death. For decades, brain regeneration or repair was not possible. However, current research continues to... Read More
Fight Memory Loss in Your Sleep with Pink Noise
If you’ve been experiencing memory loss as an older adult, there may be a solution so easy you can do it in your sleep! It’s called “pink noise.” As you begin to age, your ability to retain strong memories decreases. There are cer... Read More
Reverse Aging in the Brain with Dancing?
What do you do when you get some good news? A little shimmy? A little shake? People feel good when they dance, and some new data shows that it could even protect your brain from aging. Now, if that isn’t news that makes you want to get up and a bus... Read More
Alzheimer’s Disease: “Time Travel” Treatment
So, a “time machine” may never exist, but that’s not stopping a non-profit Alzheimer’s care center from bringing the past into the future with its latest foray into Alzheimer’s disease treatment. “Time Travel” to Treat Memory Loss?... Read More
Blood Clots in Brain: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment
Blood clots in the brain are no laughing matter. If left untreated, blood clots can cause a lot of damage and death. That being said, the best way to deal with a blood clot in the brain is recognizing it early and dealing with it as soon as possible.... Read More
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