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 be more specific, these sleep problems cause poorer episodic memory, executive function, language, processing speed, and visuospatial performance 14 years later.
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 sleep disorder is an abnormal behavior during REM sleep with sudden arms and legs movements and vocal sounds as a reaction to vivid dreams.
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 the accumulation and spread of the tau protein. The study found that spread of tau in the brain has at least 4 clear patterns. Depending on the spread pattern, people […]
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 […]