science about how to keep your brain sharp while getting older

Category: Brain & Cognition

Those who are interested in psychology, know the “Big Five” personality traits: agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism, openness and extraversion. Researchers of a recent study were curious

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A food pathogen, Listeria monocytogenes, causes a severe illness (listeriosis) that can infect our central nervous system (neurolisteriosis). This infection is fatal in 30% of

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It can. At least, according to a recent study. And this influence of antibiotics on the brain health is not really surprising. Previous studies have

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A recent British study investigated brain changes in people aged between 51 and 81, caused by COVID-19.

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The well-known and widely used drugs to treat anxiety and sleep disorders are benzodiazepines. They are effective and safe if used for a short period

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Maybe you first reaction to this question would be: rest as much as possible in a dark room to let your brain recover. And I

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Recent review of the existing studies highlighted that both high (daily/near daily) and low (> 2 times a week) frequency cannabis young users were 6

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According to a recent small clinical trial, implementing a migraine adapted Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) program helps reduce headache frequency and improves psychological functioning. However,

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Some supplements for children might offer a safe solution to minimize the frequency and intensity of migraine attacks. Most of supplements have main active ingredients

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A recent Swedish study found an independent risk factor of dementia. It turned to be an elevated resting heart rate in people above 60 years

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