A recent study has found that compared to 2 children, having 3 or more of them has a negative effect on brain health later in life. Both for women and men. At least in Northern Europe.

We all need to manage our stress effectively to stay healthy and enjoy our life. However, we can’t avoid all stress situations, especially unforeseen ones. Luckily, there are different ways to unstress. From a diet perspective, lots of fruits are our natural weapon against stress.

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 not, it still remains a bad news for our brain health, especially considering the results of a recent observational study. The study investigated the association between long term exposure to […]

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 react, and our energy level. All of these are our body’s reaction to stress, which involves the HPA axis ((hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis). Of course, how we react to the same stressors, […]

We know that magnesium, B vitamins, green tea and rhodiola extracts on their own help relieve stress and anxiety. But what happens if they are combined? Will they enhance each other in their effect?

According to a recent large Australian study, eating more fruit and vegetables can lead to less stress across adults of all ages!

How can you maintain your brain health while getting older? You know already the answer: through lifestyle. A healthy diet, limited alcohol intake, moderate exercise, no smoking, good quality sleep, and stress-reducing practices will keep your body in balance, reducing risk factors for brain disorders, including Alzheimer.

According to a recent German study, older people (@40+) who feel younger than their chronological age, tend to have a better functional health: greater sense of well-being, better brain health, lower stress, less inflammation and even living longer than their older-feeling peers. 

We all know how stress is harmful for our heart health. But do stress-reducing remedies actually help in protecting our heart? To answer this question, a recent study had a closer look on the moderate alcohol intake and its relation to the heart disease.

There are different ways of coping with stress. It turned out that one of them is a daily high dosis of omega-3 supplement. According to a recent research, taking 2.5 grams of omega-3 every day, can help slow the effects of aging by lowering inflammation and cortisol levels, and boosting cellular repair mechanisms during recovery […]