According to a recent study, vitamin K might help reduce and even prevent age-related cognitive decline, leading to various forms of dementia.

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 of time. However, their long-term use can not only cause dependence, but, particularly, in older people can lead to brain health issues.

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, it doesn’t improve headache-related impairment in migraine sufferers.

It all comes down to aspartame. It is widely used in more than 6.000 foods, starting from sugar-free soft drinks and desserts and ending up with medications, such as cough drops and gummy vitamins to add a touch of sweetness to it. You can recognize aspartame by food additive number E951.

A recent study analyzed existing studies to investiate the possible relationship between gluten-free and low-FODMAP diets with mental disorders, such as depression, anxiety, Alzheimer’s, schizophrenia and autism.

According to a recent small study, it actually can. The study investigated how dancing with music impacts people with mild-to-moderate Parkinson’s during 3 years time and found that dance training for 1 ¼ hours per week can slow down the disease progression and even improve daily living and daily function.

You are lucky if you are genetically programmed to be an “early bird”. According to a recent large study, in this way your body automaticaly protects you against depression and improves wellbeing UNDER 1 CONDITION – you need to follow your natural body clock. The researchers found that people who were more misaligned from their […]

If you have some health issues with cholesterol, than you most probably have heard of beta-sitosterol, a plant substance sold as a dietary supplement to reduce the cholesterol levels. According to a recent study, beta-sitosterol might also help reduce anxiety.

According to a recent study, experiencing a mental-health issues in midlife might accelerate your aging. The study observed 1.037 participants born in 1972-73 in New Zealand. The investigated health issues were anxiety, depression, substance abuse and schizophrenia.

We know that one of the pillars of healthy brain while aging is to stay physically active. But does it work two ways? Can brain disorders early in life cause the problems with physical health later on?