According to a recent small but long-term study, drinking 2 cups of coffee (2x240g) may make you less likely to develop Alzheimer’s.
According to a recent study, strength training for your breathing muscles just 5 minutes every day lowers blood pressure and improves your heart health at least as good as medication and much higher as aerobic exercise.
A new large-scale study found that both smoking and cardiovascular disease impact learning and memory throughout adulthood, starting at age 18.
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 other diseases. Take, for example, dementia. If you have diabetes type II or a heart disease, than you have more chance to suffer from dementia. A recent Swedish study added […]
According to a new study, eating a Mediterranean diet may protect your brain from abnormal protein (amyloid and tau) build up and shrinkage that can lead to Alzheimer’s disease.
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 them) differ from one to the other. That is why it is so hard to diagnose correctly and treat a brain disease. On the other hand, the science doesn’t give […]
Exercise has many health benefits for people of all ages. Regular exercises lower your blood pressure and your cholesterol levels, improve your mood and sleep quality, make your muscles and joints stronger, give you more energy … you name it. However, according to a recent large study, exercise will not help if you are a […]
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. Most of the commonly prescribed drugs to relieve pain are opioids. They are highly effective but also are highly addictive with negative influence on your brain health.
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. Actually they do the right thing by writing on paper, compared to the majority of us. Why? It seems that writing on paper stimulates our brain better than any other […]
According to a recent UK study, green leafy vegetables and a lower red meat intake as a part of a Mediterranean diet, have the most positive influence on memory and thinking skills for those, who are in their late 70s. The study also confirmed that processed food in a diet lead to poorer brain function.