So far, there is no progress in finding a treatment of Alzheimer’s. Almost all potential current treaments aim to dissolve amyloid plaques in the brain.

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According to a recent study, a combination of 2 existing drugs, gemfibrosil and retinoic acid, might not only fight brain damage caused by Alzheimer’s, but

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According to a recent small study, the longer and higher exposure to estrogen in middle-aged women, the larger their gray matter volume and the lower

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According to a recent small study, too much or too little sleep are both linked to an increased risk of cognitive decline.

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A recent study found causal genetic links to the changed blood levels of 3 metabolites that increase the risk of migraine. To refresh your memory,

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According to a recent study, people with high blood pressure have older and less healthy brain, increasing the risk of dementia, stroke and heart disease.

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A recent study found that a history of migraines predicted an increase in hot flashes during menopause. After analyzing the information of more than 3.300

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A question: do migraines cause poor sleep quality or does poor sleep quality cause migraines? Most probably the majority of the migraine sufferers would all

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Yes, it is. A recent study proposed a new way to estimate how far a person has progressed toward dementia and how much time is

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A recent study seems to find a way to stop the forming of new toxic plaques in the brain. The researchers used hyperbaric oxygen therapy

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We know that accumulation of amyloid-beta proteins in the brain is one of the main features of Alzheimer’s. But did you know that the same

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Did you know that about 1/5 of the European population is exposed to transportation noise above the recommended level of 55 dB (decibels)? Even if

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A recent study examined the relationship between sodium (salt) and duration and severity of migraine attacks. The levels of sodium were measured in 24-hour urine

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Actually no. According to a large analysis of existing studies on this topic, evidence that opioids (f.e. hydrocodone, oxycodone, oxymorphone, morphine, codeine, fentanyl) provide pain

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Migraine sufferers seem less likely to develop diabetes type II, while some people who develop diabetes, become less sensitive to migraines. So, how possibly can

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Many older people have amyloid plaques in their brains but never progress to developing Alzheimer’s disease. It seems that amyloid accumulation on its own is

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Good news from science! According to a recent large study, 2 key brain abilities, which allow us to attend to new information and to focus

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A lot of people are practicing meditation to calm their minds and to rejuvenate themselves. And it works. But how exactly does meditation influence our

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acidity and Alzheimer's

The accumulation of amyloid-beta (Aβ) and tau protein in the brain are the main two features of Alzheimer’s disease. But why do they start to

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Migraine in women is usually connected to their menstruation cycle. Its occurance decreases with natural menopause. On the other hand, if we look at the

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A recent study gives us another good reason to pay a closer attention to various plants in nature that have a natural compount farnesol as

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According to a recent Australian study, higher body fat leads to increased shrinkage of the brain’s gray matter and a greater risk of cognitive decline.

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Our brain doesn’t have enough place to store energy. When it needs supply of energy for its increased activity, the brain gives a sign to

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According to a recent study there is a strong relation between cognitive decline and a faster rate of bone loss. The study investigated both cognitive

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First of all, what exactly is ‘cocktail party problem’? This term describes a difficultly following speech in a noisy environment. So how does this problem

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From previous studies we already know that high blood pressure in our mid-life is a strong predictor of dementia in later life. According to a

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Dementia is known a disease of old age. But did you know that about 5% of all dementia cases are among people between their 30s

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Tremor, slowed movement, rigid muscles and other movement disorders are an example of the symptoms of Parkinson’s. They are the result of the inflammatory response

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It’s never too late to start take care of your brain, even when you are in your 80s! According to a recent study, keeping your

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A recent study investigated this question in detail. The researchers examined the insurance claims of 379.352 women aged 45+ who were in menopause and found

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Previous studies have already established a strong link between gum disease and brain health. Because gum disease is a leading cause of tooth loss, the

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In a recent large study the researchers found that people with stroke had faster decline in their brain health and daily functioning up to 10

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What can possibly be good about migraines that cause so much pain and discomfort? Actually, migraines turned out to have a very important role in

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There is no cure for dementia. However, about 1/3 of dementia can be prevented through lifestyle changes like healthy diet, moderate exercise, reducing alcohol, no

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The retina seems to be one of the most promising indicators for the early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s. The changes in retina can be measured in

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Chronic stress is one of the worse amenies for our mental health. It influences tremendiously our mood, our sleep quality, our abilites to think and

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CBD (Cannabidiol) from medicinal cannabis is a popular natural remedy for people with neurological diseases, such as brain traumatic injury, Alzheimer’s and MS. Although it

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Nature provides us with a wide variation of beautiful medicinal plants that are used in different cultures for health support and disease treatment. Whether the

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Alzheimer’s disease is characterized by buildup of two proteins, amyloid beta plaques and tau tangles, which destroy nearby brain cells. A recent study proposes a

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According to a recent study, problems with falling asleep in people over 51 years old, is an indication of brain health issues later on. To

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First of all, what is NfL? It is a protein called neurofilament light chain. According to a recent study, the increased levels of NfL can

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Adults of 65+ with brain health issues are 2 to 3 times more likely to fall compared with those without. Moreover, if they use medication

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Diabetes type I is a chronic condition in which the pancreas produces little or no hormone insulin, that keeps your blood sugar at the right

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Of course, we know that a healthy diet, moderate exercise and no smoking keep us away from various diseases. However, whether they also help when

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Our body converts cholesterol into bile acids to break down fatty foods and absorb lipids (fat) by our intestines. According to a recent study, the

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Concussion with loss of consciousness seems to have more negative impact on the life quality in the long term than concussion without. A recent large

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If you have sleep problems, how do you know that these are related to your REM (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep? The main characterics of REM

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Our brain has an immune system with its microglia cells that aim to protect neurons from any damage. In healthy people microglia cells facilitate the

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Does one of your parents have dementia? Than your chance of developing the same disease is increased by 70%! However, according to a preliminary study,

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Overweight is one of the widely recognized risk factors of Alzheimer’s disease. But lower BMI seems also to increase a risk of the disease. According

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At this moment there is no treatment for dementia. The only way to deal with it is to reduce the risk of developing the disease.

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A recent study proposes a model, mapping whole-brain gene activities and their changes during healthy aging and in case of Alzheimer’s disease. To develop the

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There are 2 widely accepted types of migraine: with aura and without aura. Migraine with aura is considered to be more dangerous than without aura.

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A new large-scale study found that both smoking and cardiovascular disease impact learning and memory throughout adulthood, starting at age 18.

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Have you ever thought that our health has a domino effect? Once you get ill with one disease, you suddently have an increased risk for

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According to a large recent study, people with familial longevity have resilience to cognitive aging. In other words, you’ll keep your ability to think clearly,

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Alzheimer’s disease is characterized by the abnormal accumulation of beta-amyloid plaques and the tau protein in specific brain regions. A recent international study focused on

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According to a recent study, older people with vision loss in both near and far vision are 1.7 times more likely to suffer from mild

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Actually, no. A recent large-scale longitudinal study showed that all people’s brains shrink eventually, and the rate of this shrinkage didn’t depend on how many

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What can you do to reduce the risk of developing dementia? The general advice is: eating healthy, keeping active, reducing alcohol intake and stopping smoking.

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Our brain is complex. It has various parts with their own function. On top of that, the brain cells (we have app. 100 billion of

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Migraine is a mysterious disease that happens more often in women before menopause. After menopause, fewer women experience migraines. However, at that time, other health

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I guess all of us have had some bad night sleep and directly noticed its effect on our mood, our productivity, our memory and thinking.

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Light therapy, an exposure to both controlled natural daylight and artificial light of specific wavelengths, is already successfully used to treat mental and sleep disorders.

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According to a recent large American study, people with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) have a higher incidence of migraine attackes or severe headaches.

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Even small amounts of the common plasticizers BPA (bisphenol A) and BPS (bisphenol S) in our everyday plastic products such as water bottles, plastic tableware

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Gum disease (or periodontal disease) begins with bacterial growth in your mouth and may end, if left untreated, with tooth loss due to destruction of

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Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a condition in which you can’t breathe normally during sleep because of the upper airway obstruction. Many older adults are

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Dementia is a devastating disease. It leads not only to the lost of the ability to plan, remember things and behave appropriately, but also to

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According to a recent small study, learning a 3rd or a 4th foreign language is easier for multilingual people as they have trained their brains

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What do you do if you have a migraine attack? Most probably you lay down in a dark room, take a pill and wait until

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What do you do if you are in pain? Of course, you try to mitigate it in the fastest way, which is often a drug.

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It’s hard to find someone nowaways, who writes on paper. Maybe pupils in their first school years and grandma’s and grandpa’s above 80 years old.

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If you are already tired at the beginning of your workday, just take a 5-minute break to stretch, to have a snack or to chat

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Take care of your head! As a single head injury could lead to dementia later in life. More than 1 head injury doubles your risk

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According to a recent Canadian study, changes in the way you walk, can predict Alzheimer’s disease with 70% accuracy!

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Have you ever thought why the same diseases are experienced more by women than by men? Why, for example, women are 4 times more likely

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According to a recent study, a short regular afternoon nap by older people may help to improve their working memory, verbal fluency and locational awareness.

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Many people may think that high blood pressure and stroke are diseases for older people, but a recent UK study suggests that higher than normal

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Being a mother is the best that can happen to a woman. It gives a lot of positive emotions. At the same time raising a

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Results from a small Australian study suggest that active lifestyle changes may help to improve brain health in older adults experiencing already cognitive decline that

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According to a recent Spanish study, speaking 2 languages on a regular basis enhances brain health and delays cognitive decline and dementia associated with aging.

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